Sometimes it is necessary to whitelist a gaming console because they are unable to interact with a Splash-page.
Please use the steps below to find the MAC address of popular gaming consoles. A MAC address is a unique alphanumeric identifier (can contain numbers 0-9 or the letters A through F). MAC addresses are often broken up into pairs using colons or dashes (e.g.12:34:56:4a:5b:6c).
Note: It is critical to write-down the MAC address correctly because every character is important.
- Power on your X-BOX without a disc in the system.
- Select “Settings” in the X-BOX dashboard and then select “Network Settings”.
- The MAC address of the system is located on the bottom right-hand corner of the Network Settings screen. (It usually has “MAC=” in front of it.)
- Power on your XBOX 360 without a disc in the system.
- In the “System” area of the XBOX 360 dashboard select “Network Settings”.
- Select “Edit Settings”.
- From “Advanced Settings” select “Advanced Settings”.
- On this screen, you should see “Wired MAC Address” followed by the MAC address of the system.
- Go to My Xbox in the Xbox Dashboard and select Settings.
- In the Settings pane, select Network.
- Select Advanced Settings from the Network Settings tab.
- At the bottom of this screen, you'll see a heading for Wired MAC and wireless MAC.
- Power on your PlayStation 2 with the “Network Adaptor Startup Disc”.
- Once the disc is loaded select “ISP Setup” and then agree to the license agreement that is presented.
- When prompted for a network type select “Local Area Network (LAN)”.
- Next select “Automatic Configuration”.
- At the “Connection Test” screen select “Advanced”.
- On the next screen you should see the MAC address of the system after “MAC address:”.
- Navigate to Settings
- Select System Settings.
- Select System Information.
- View information on the PS3 system. The MAC address is shown there.
- Arrow up and over to Settings in the PS4 menu.
- Scroll down to Network
- Scroll down to View Connection Status
- The MAC Address will be listed next to MAC Address
- From the Wii Channel screen select the “Wii” button then go into “Wii Settings”.
- On the second page find the option “Internet” then go under “Console Information”.
- This screen should have a line with “USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address” or “LAN Adapter MAC Address” or similar.
- Remove the GameCube’s broadband adapter from the console.
- Printed on the underside of the adaptor is the MAC address.
- Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Setup in the game's menu.
- Select "Options," then "System Information." The MAC address is on the top line.
- From the HOME menu, highlight and select the System Settings Icon.
- Select Internet Settings.
- Tap Other Information.
- Tap Confirm MAC Address. Your system's MAC Address will be displayed on the screen.
- From the Wii U Menu, select System Settings.
- Using the Left Stick select the Internet icon and press the A Button.
- Select View MAC Address and wait a moment for the MAC Address to be displayed.
- Select "System Settings" from the HOME Menu.
- Scroll down through the menu and select "Internet."
- The Nintendo Switch console's MAC address will be listed under "System MAC Address."
- With your Apple TV remote, navigate to the Settings icon and select it.
- From the Settings menu, select General.
- Under General, select Network.
- Your MAC Address will be next to either Wi-Fi Address or Ethernet Address depending on whether you are connected to the internet via Wi-Fi or a Wired connection.
- On the back of your Roku, there are a pair of six 2-digit pairs separated by colons, e.g. 00:0D:0A:1H:3G:5C. One set is for the Ethernet connector and for the other for the wireless connector.
- Alternatively, from the Roku home screen, select Settings > Network > locate the value next to "Wireless MAC Address"