MAC address how can I find it

  daisy2bell 15:34 09 Sep 2006

I've just had to set up my router again, and I want to add my other computers to the network. I need the mac address of each one. Where do I find the MAC address please

  ade.h 17:03 09 Sep 2006

Run cmd or command and enter ipconfig /all. The physical address of each installed adapter is listed. Repeat on each client as required.

  rodriguez 18:03 09 Sep 2006

Are you sure it's the MAC address you want or the IP address? Because normally you never need to use the MAC address when networking, it's just the IP. Either way, so what ade.h says and go to Start, Run and type cmd and press Enter. Then type ipconfig /all in the black window and press Enter. The Physical Address is your MAC address and the IP address is the local IP of the machine you're on.

  daisy2bell 18:15 09 Sep 2006

Thanks guys for that. I need the MAC for the router so that I can restrict acccess .

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