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How to find the Ethernet MAC address on your computer

Windows OS

1. Open the Start Menu and type 'cmd'

2. In the Command Line window that opens, type 'getmac /v'

3. Write down MAC address (e.g. aa-bb-cc-11-22-33) for the Ethernet connection

 

Mac OSX

1. Click the Apple in the top left corner, and select 'System Preferences'

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2. Go to network

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3. Select your Ethernet connection in the left-hand pane, then select 'Advanced...'

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4. Go to the Hardware Tab and write down the MAC address (e.g. aa:bb:cc:11:22:33)

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 Registering the MAC address at mydevices.apu.edu

1. With a computer or mobile device, go to mydevices.apu.edu

2. Enter your APU NetID (no @apu.edu) and password

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3. Enter your device’s MAC address (6 alphanumeric pairs separated by colons, e.g. A1:B2:C3:D4:E5:F6) and a description

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4. Click Submit

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