Identifying MAC Addresses

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MAC Addresses

A media access control address (MAC address), is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces. In order to manually register network devices on the BlazerNet network you will need the MAC address of the device you wish to register. Below are links instructing how to obtain the MAC address for common network devices. A typical MAC may be displayed like this:

Sample MAC address: AA-BB-CC-D1-E2-F3

How to find a MAC address on popular network devices

The following are instructions for certain devices that will help you find their MAC address. If you do not see instructions on the specific device you are attempting to find the MAC address on, please contact the MCLA Computer Help Desk for assistance.