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Gaming Devices

Nintendo Switch

  1. From the HOME menu, highlight and select the System Settings Icon.
  2. Select "Internet Settings."
  3. Tap "Other Information."
  4. Tap "Confirm MAC Address." Your system's MAC Address will be displayed on the screen.

 

PlayStation

Follow these steps through the XMB on the PS4 to find this value.

  1. On the XMB, arrow up to the very top until we see the XMB Menus.
  2. Scroll over to the right to Settings.
  3. Go down to System
  4. Then down to System Information.
  5. Record the (LAN Cable) MAC address on this screen if connected via cable or (Wi-Fi) Mac address if connected wireless .


 

 

Xbox

  1. If you are signed into your profile, navigate to My Games & Apps.
  2. From there, select Settings.
  3. In the settings pane, select Network Settings.
  4. Select Advanced Settings.
  5. Record the (Wired) MAC address on this screen if connected via cable or (Wireless) Mac address if connected wireless .

 

Streaming Devices

Many streaming devices require that your phone be on the same wireless network when setting up the device. Currently this is not possible and you will not be able to connect your device to wifi. These devices are any Amazon Echo/Dot device.

Roku

  1. On the back on your Roku there are a pair of six 2-digit pairs separated by colons, e.g. 00:0D:0A:1H:3G:5C. ...
  2. Alternatively, from the Roku home screen, select Settings > Network > locate the value next to "Wireless MAC Address"

Fire Stick

To find the IP or Wireless MAC Address on an Amazon Fire Stick or Puck, simply go to Settings>System>About>Network. 

Apple TV

  1. Go to the main menu on your Apple TV, and select "Settings."
  2. In the Settings Menu, select "About."
  3. Here you can find your MAC Address, listed as either the "Wireless ID" or "Ethernet ID" (depending on the connection you are using).