Find Mac address from command prompt

To find Mac address on your windows machine do the below :

go to –> Start –>  run –> type cmd amd press enter. This will open up the command prompt.

Now, type ipconfig /all and press enter. You will be able to see the details similar to the image below. Entry next to the physical address is your MAC address.

Find Mac address from command prompt

update -
getmac command can also be used to achieve the result. ( as suggested in the comments).


Anonymous said...

also, from command prompt, you can use the following command:

it will give you the following results:

Physical Address Transport Name
=================== =========================================
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Anonymous said...

if you need a mac on a remote computer, you can try nbtstat -a (ip adddress or hostname)

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