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How do I find out my MAC or IP address?
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  1. Go to the Start Menu
  2. Select Settings - Control Panel
  3. Select Network Connections
  4. RIght click on your network connection
  5. Choose "Status"
  6. Click on the "Support" tab
  7. Click on the "Details" button
  8. The information should look like this:
    1. Physical Address: 00-0C-6E-39-E9-F8
      IP Address:
      Subnet Mask:
      Default Gateway:
      DNS Servers:,
      WINS Server:
  9. Make a note of the Physical address (MAC Address)
  10. Email the information to the Helpdesk

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  • 06 May, 2011   |   Venky

  • One can also do this from the command prompt. In Windows XP, click on the following menu-sequence:
    Start->Run->[type "cmd"]
    A dark screen will appear with the command prompt that will look like this:
    Type the following command there:
    C:Usersvenkatesh>ipconfig /all
    Information regarding network settings for _all_ network interfaces will appear. One can also see the IP address, subnet mask, and for each interface, the MAC address.
    To exit the dark screen, type "exit" and press ENTER:
    One now returns to the main window.

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