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Below you will find instructions on how to find the MAC address (aka physical address, hardware address, wifi address, ethernet address) of the most common devices we see on campus. If your device is not listed or our instructions don't match it exactly, you can usually find it by Googling "how to find [type of device] MAC address" or by looking for a sticker on the device itself.


Amazon Echo

  1. Download the Amazon Alexa app to your phone or computer and sign in with your Amazon account.
  2. Connect to the wireless network transmitted by your Echo device.
  3. The wireless MAC address for your Echo can be found at the bottom of the Echo Setup screen in the Alexa app.


  1. Plug in your Amazon Fire TV stick into your TV
  2. If this is the first time using this Fire TV device, the wireless MAC address will appear in the list of wireless networks during setup at the far-right of the list. If this Fire TV stick has been used in the past, navigate to Settings > System > About > Network and the wireless MAC address will be listed at this screen.

Apple iPhone

  1. From a Home screen on your Apple® iPhone®, navigate: Settings Settings iconImage Added > General.
    NoteImage Added If an app isn't available on your Home screen, swipe left to access the App Library.
  2. Tap About.
  3. View the MAC address (displays in the Wi-Fi Address field).

Apple TV

  1. Attempt to connect to wireless or plug the ethernet port in.
  2. On the Apple TV, navigate to Settings > General > Network.
  3. The MAC address is listed here as "Wifi Address" or network address based on if you are using the wireless or ethernet connection.