Finding Your Ethernet Hardware Address: Windows XP & 2000
To determine the EHA of your computer running Windows XP or 2000, please follow the steps below. If you need further assistance, please request help from a Student Tech.
Choose Run from the Start menu. Type "cmd" and click OK.
A DOS command window will appear. At the prompt, type "ipconfig /all". Scroll down to find your Ethernet card. The EHA is listed
after Physical Address. If you cannot see your card, please request help from a Student Tech.
- Write down your Ethernet Hardware Address exactly as you see it on your screen. EHAs use only hexadecimal characters: they only contain the letters A through F and the numerals 0 through 9.