|My router shows the device MAC address along with whatever "name" the device has been given. For example it shows "wills iphone", "Brett's iphone", "wills tablet" and so on. There's a mix of Windows, Apple and Android operating systems. |
However if you have physical access to all of the devices on your network and don't mind drilling through their settings to find out their MAC addresses it's not too difficult to find.
Iphone IOS 7.1.2: Tap on the "Settings" icon > "General" > "About" scroll towards the bottom of the screen and you will see "Wi-Fi Address" and it will look something like: A1:B2:CD:E3:F4:56. A mixture of 6 pairs of numerals and/or letters.
Android 4.2.2: Tap on the "Settings" icon > "About Device" > "Status" and the information is at Wi-Fi MAC address.
For Windows PC's you can open a command window by holding the Windows key + R key. When the run window opens type in
When the command window opens type in
(take note there is a space between ipconfig and /all). The MAC address is listed next to each "physical address". It's up to you to determine which network adaptor is being used to connect to your network.
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