Locating Your Device's MAC Address
- Go to the Settings app on the home screen of your iOS device.
- Select General, then select About.
- Scroll down and look for Wi-Fi Address, that is your iOS device’s MAC address.
- From the Home screen, press Settings.
- Select General or More option at the top of the screen.
- Scroll down and tap About device.
- Tap Status.
- Scroll down to view the Wi-Fi MAC address.
*Note: Android 10 and iOS 14 introduced a randomized MAC address option. If your UHM wireless passthrough stops working and you have Android 10 and higher or iOS 14 and higher, you may need to change this option to use the device's MAC address. Learn how to disable this feature.
- Click the Start button
- Type cmd in the search field.
- Click on Command Prompt Desktop app in the search results.
- At the prompt, type ipconfig /all and press Enter.
- The MAC address is on the Physical Address line of the window.
- Note: Some computers have more than one ethernet adapter and the 'ipconfig' command lists all of the network adapters on the computer. Please find the one that describes your wireless card by looking at the Description field. Also note, that the physical addresses that are listed under the 'Tunnel adapters' and/or 'Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface' are not valid for Wireless Passthrough.
- Go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences.
- Click on the Network icon.
- On the left side, click once on Wi-Fi to select it.
- On the right side, nearer to the bottom, click on the Advanced button.
- On the window that appears, look for Wi-Fi Address near the bottom. The Wi-Fi Address is your MAC address.
Click on Cancel. Close the window by click on the red dot in the upper left corner of the window.