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Locating Your MAC Address

A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a hardware identification number that uniquely identifies each device on a network. The MAC address is manufactured into every network card, such as an Ethernet card or Wi-Fi card, and therefore cannot be changed.

MAC addresses are made up of six two-digit hexadecimal numbers. For example, an Ethernet card may have a MAC address of 00-0d-83-b1-c0-8e.

Windows PC's

From the search bar area (lower left corner) Type in command prompt, and double click Command Prompt.

Windows Search Location

At the command prompt type in ipconfig /all (space after ipconfig)

Command Prompt

If you are on a wireless connection look up Wireless
If you are on a wired connection look up Ethernet, both will be 12 numbers/characters combination separated by hyphens (e.g. 00-0d-00-b0-c0-0e)

IPConfig All

Mac OS

  1. Click on the Apple menu then System Preferences then Network
  2. Select Ethernet, Thunderbolt Ethernet or Wi-Fi depending on how you are connected
  3. Click the Advanced button > Hardware

Mac mac Address Location

Mobile Devices (IOS/Android)


  1. From the Home menu, select Settings.
  2. Select General
  3. Select About
  4. Scroll down to Wi-Fi Address


  1. From the Home menu, select Settings.
  2. Select Wireless & Networks or About Device
  3. Select Wi-Fi Settings or Hardware Info
  4. Press the Menu key again and choose Advanced. Your device's wireless adapter's MAC address should be visible here.