If your device is not listed here, check the manufacturer's documentation.
To find the MAC (media access control) address of your Sony PlayStation®2, you will need the network adapter to be connected to the PS2 and you will need the disk that came with the network adapter. Then follow these steps:
If those instructions don’t work, try these from the Sony website.
To obtain the MAC address of the network adapter using the on-line start-up disk, try the following:
Original Version (no version number):
Versions 2.x and 3.x:
From the PS3 main menu screen, follow these steps:
To get the MAC address, follow these steps:
To get the IP address:
To get the MAC address, try this:
Remove the network adapter from the GameCube. Printed on the underside of the GameCube will be the MAC address of the adapter. It is a string of twelve letters and numbers. Copy this down and replace the adapter.
Note: Game machines can only work on the campus wired connections. If your Wii has an external wired Ethernet controller, follow the manufacturer’s instructions in order to get the MAC address.
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