Determine the Wi-Fi (MAC Address) of your laptop or iOS device

Your wireless MAC Address is required to gain access to the Blake Academic (BlakeAcademic) network. It is unique to your computer and may contain both characters and numbers in the following format, 01:1a:22:b3:a1:b2. Directions on how to find your Mac Address are below.

Mac OS X

         1.  Under the Apple menu, select System Preferences.

         2.  Click on the Network icon.

         3.  Select Wi-Fi (Wireless) on the left panel.

         4.  Click Advanced.

         5.  The Wi-Fi Address (MAC Address) is listed as the Wi-Fi Address:.

 

iOS

         1.  Select Settings.

         2.  Click on About.

         3.  The Wi-Fi Address (MAC Address) is listed as the Wi-Fi Address.

 

Windows 7

         1.  Click on the Start Button

         2.  Type cmd in the Search box, then open.

         3.  Type getmac /v in the command prompt window

         4.  Find the Physical Address listed under Network Adapter Wireless Connection. This is your wireless Mac Address.

         5. Type Exit to close the Command window.

 

Windows XP

         1.  Click on the Start menu, then select Run

         2.  Type cmd in the text field, press Enter

         3.  Type ipconfig /all in the command prompt window

         4.  Find the Physical Address listed under Wireless LAN Adapter. This is your wireless Mac Address.

         5. Type Exit to close the Command window.

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