Finding the MAC Address on Your Device
- iOS devices: iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch
- Mac Air, Pro, Mini and iMac
- Blackberry Smartphones
- Blackberry Tablet
- Windows Workstation
- Linux Workstation
To locate the Media Access Control (MAC) Address of your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, follow these steps:
4.The Mac address is listed as Wi-Fi Address.
To locate the MAC Address of your Mac Air, Pro, Mini and iMac, follow these steps:
- Go to System Preferences
- Select Network
- Select Ethernet then click Advanced
- Click on Hardware tab to display MAC Address
To locate the MAC Address of your Android, follow these steps:
- Under your Applications, select Settings
- At the very bottom of the list, choose "About Device (Android Phones may say About Phone)
- Choose Hardware Information (or Status menu)
- Your MAC address will be listed under Wi-Fi MAC Address.
To find the MAC address of a Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry smartphone, complete the following steps:
BlackBerry Device Software 4.5 to 5.0:
- From the Home Screen click on Options.
- Next click Status.
- The WLAN MAC field displays the MAC address for the BlackBerry smartphone .
BlackBerry Device Software 6.0 to 7.1:
- From the Home Screen select Setup.
- Next select Options.
- Next select Device.
- Then select Device and Status Information.
- The WLAN MAC field displays the MAC address for the BlackBerry smartphone.
Blackberry 10 OS:
- From the Home Screen click on Network Connections.
- Next select Wi-Fi.
- Next Select Advanced.
- In the Diagnostic Information drop down, select Device Information.
- The Physical Address field diplays the MAC address for the smartphone.
- In the down right corner of your screen click on Settings.
- Next select Wifi in the left side.
- Next tap wifi? on the bottom of the screen.
- The physical address listed is your MAC address.
To locate the MAC Address of your Windows computer, follow these steps:
- At the command prompt, type ipconfig /all, and then press Enter.
- Look for the following under the "Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:" heading:
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
To locate the MAC Address on your Linux computer, follow these steps:
- Open a *nix terminal, type ifconfig -a and press Enter.
- Look for the name of your ethernet card in use. For example eth0.
- Your MAC address will be named HWaddr and have the following format: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
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