- Click Start, then type the three letters cmdinto the Search box and press Enter.
- A terminal window will appear on the screen. Type ipconfig /alland return.
- There will be a block of information for each adapter on your computer. The physical (MAC) address should be found typically under:
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection for the Wireless connection Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection for Wired connection
- Open System Preferences. You can find this by clicking on the Apple icon on top left corner of your screen. Make sure that you are currently connected to a network using the connection that you want to find the MAC address for.
- Select your connection.Select Network and choose either AirPort or Built-in Ethernet, depending on how you access your network. The connections are listed in the left frame.
- For Ethernet, click Advancedand navigate to the Ethernettab. At the top you will see the Ethernet ID, which is your MAC address.
For AirPort, click Advancedand navigate to the AirPorttab. There you will see the AirPort ID, which is your MAC address.