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How to find out the Mac address of a device?

Every device connected to your home network has a unique MAC address. If your computer has multiple network adapters (for example, an Ethernet adapter and a wireless adapter), each adapter has its own MAC address.

You can block or allow service to a specific device if you know its MAC address.

To find your device’s MAC address:

Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista:

  1. Click Windows Start or press the Windows key.
  2. In the search box, type cmd.  
  3. Press the Enter key.
    A command window displays.
  4. Type ipconfig /all.
  5. Press Enter.
    A physical address displays for each adapter. The physical address is your device’s MAC address.

Windows 2000, 2003, XP, NT:

  1. Click Start > Run.
    A Run text box appears.
  2. In the Run text box, type cmd.
  3. Press Enter.
    A command prompt displays.
  4. In the command prompt, type ipconfig /all.
  5. Press Enter.
    Under Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection, a Physical Address displays. This is your computer’s Ethernet MAC address.

Macintosh OS X:

  1. Select Apple Icon > System Preferences > Network > Advanced. 
    A network box displays.
  2. Select WiFi. 
    A WiFi Address or Airport Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.


  1. Launch the terminal
  2. Type fconfig in terminal
  3. Your MAC address is displayed


Select Settings > General > About.
A Wi-Fi Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.


In most cases, you can follow this procedure to locate your MAC address:

Select Settings > About Device > Status.
A WiFi Address or WiFi MAC Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.

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