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Mac OS X (10.4) - Finding the IP address and MAC address
When troubleshooting network problems it is often useful to know the comptuer's IP address and MAC address.
|Mac OS X 10.x-10.4
|This product is no longer supported by the DoIT Help Desk. We can only provide best effort support. If we are unable to resolve your Mac OS X 10.x issue, you may be able to find help at Apple's Website. The Help Desk can assist in upgrading to a newer version of OS X 10.x, which is highly recommended for optimal support.
To find networking information on a Mac running OS X 10.4 (Tiger)
, navigate to the Network Preferences panel.
- Go to the Apple Menu, then select System Preferences.
- Click on "Network" in the System Preferences panel.
- Under "Show:", select the network interface that you want the IP/MAC address for. Generally, this will either be Built-In Ethernet or Airport.
- To find the IP address, click on the TCP/IP tab.
- To find the MAC address of the Ethernet card, click on the Ethernet tab.
- To find the MAC address of the Airport card, click on the Airport tab.