Guide
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Call the main menu system by pressing the "Start" button, and navigate to select "Control Panel."Open the link "Network Connections" and open the context menu of the compound, click the right mouse button.Point to the "Status" and click the "Support" dialog that follows.Use the command "Details" in the "Connection Status" and get the MAC-address of the network card in the line "Physical Address" of the new dialog box.Click "Close" to complete the review.
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Log in with local administrator account to use an alternative method of determining the MAC-address of the network card and re-open the main menu system by pressing "Start".Go to dialogue "Run" and type cmd in the line "Open".Confirm the start of the command line utility, clicking OK, and type ipconfig / all in the test box shell Windows.Confirm the implementa
tion of the action selected by pressing the function key Enter, and find the line "description" with the name of the desired network card and the line "Physical Address" with its MAC-address.
3
Mac-address of the router can be determined by using the ping target and command arp -a at a command prompt.These commands will display a table containing the required address in line with the IP-address of target.
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GetMac.exe use built-in utility to determine the MAC-address of the computer that is running WIndows OS versions 2003, XP, Vista, or 2008. The utility runs in the command line and has the form:
drive: \Documents and Settings \ user & gt; getmac / s localhost.
If you have access, setting localhost can be replaced with the name of any computer on the network.
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Another method of determining the MAC-address of the computer can serve as a syntax
nbtstat [-a RemoteComputerName] or [-A IP-adres_kompyutera].