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The MAC address is an identifier. Each of your network interface (wired and wifi) has one, and they are necessary to connect a new device on our network.
How to find your MAC addresses ?
A MAC address is typically a string of six sets of two characters or digits separated by colons, (hexadecimal writing) such as "5A-FF-56-A2-AF-15" or "5A:FF:56:A2:AF:15". There is various ways to find it, depending on the Operating System you are using. Here is a list of the most common ones.
Do the following key combination: Windows + R to open the “Execute” window.
Type cmd then Enter to open the Command Shell.
Type getmac -v , then Enter to get a list of the MAC addresses of your device.
The MAC address is in the “Physical Address” column.
The first line is usually the one of the wired network card with the second for the WiFi card.
- Open a terminal.
- Type ip link show then Enter to get a summary of the interfaces of the device.
- Search for the “eth”, “enp” or “eno” field (wired) or the “wlan”, “wlp” or “wlo” field (WiFi).
- Search then for the MAC address following the interface you want to use, just after the"link/ether" field.
Vous obtenez ainsi vos adresses MACs.
MAC OS X
Using the graphical interface:
- Select System Preferences from the Apple menu at the top left of your screen.
- Select Network from the System Preferences menu.
- Choose the interface you are willing to use, either WiFi or Ethernet, then click on the Advanced…
- Click on the Hardware button
- You’ve got your MAC address!
Using the terminal:
- Type terminal then Entrer in the search bar
- Type networksetup -listallhardwareports then Enter
You can get your MAC addresses in the “Ethernet Address” field
- Open the Settings app
- Search in the "About phone" section, then the "Status" section.
You can get your MAC addresses in the "Wi-Fi MAC Address" section.
- Go to the settings from the PS4 menu
- Scroll to the "Network" section
- Select "View Connection Status"
Your MAC address is displayed next to "MAC Address (LAN Cable)"
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