Locating your MAC address

All devices that connect to the Internet contain a network adapter.  Each network adapter has a unique code to identify it, known as a MAC address.  Below are instructions on how to locate your MAC address for the Xbox, Playstation, Wii, Apple TV and Roku.  All devices, including wireless, are allowed on the CLU Network, however they must be registered at www.callutheran.edu/console.

Xbox 360

  1. Turn on your Xbox 360 and access the main menu. Locate the "System" tab. It should be the first of four file tabs on the left side of the screen.  Please note that this device must be on a WIRED connection!  We do not support wireless for this device.
  2. Click on the "System" tab and select "Network Settings." Wait for the Network Settings menu to pop up.
  3. Select "Edit Settings" from the list of options on the menu. It is the option in the middle of the screen, located directly under the "Test Media Connection" option. Wait for the "Edit Settings" menu to come up.
  4. Select the "Basic Settings" tab and confirm that "IP Settings," located near the top of the page, is listed as "Automatic.
  5. Click the "Additional Settings" tab at the top of the window and select the "Advanced Settings" box located at the bottom of the screen. Wait for the "Advanced Settings" window to pop up


 

  1. Locate the rectangular box in the bottom left corner of the "Advanced Settings" screen. In this box you will find a 12-digit alphanumeric series. This is the MAC address of your Xbox 360.

Wii

  1. Turn on your Nintendo Wii and access the main menu. From this screen, locate and click the "Wii" icon in the lower left corner of the screen. Wait for the window to pop up.   Please note that this device must be on a WIRED connection!  We do not support wireless for this device.
  2. Select "Wii Settings" from the list of options. It will be located in the right corner of the window

  1. Select the right arrow option to advance from this window to the second set of settings options. Wait for the new window to pop up.
  2. Select "Internet" from the list of settings options on the screen. 

  1. Select "Console Information" from the list of options on the screen.

  1. Your Wii's MAC address is a 12-digit alphanumeric code listed under "USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address" near the top of the window.



 

Apple TV

You can find the MAC address for Applet TV on the UPC label or you can follow steps 1-4
 

  1. Go to the main menu on your Apple TV, and select "Settings."  Please note that this device must be on a WIRED connection!  We do not support wireless for this device.
     

  1. In the Settings Menu, select "About.


 

  1. Here you can find your MAC Address, listed as either the "Wireless ID" or "Ethernet ID"



 

Roku

  1. From the Home screen, select Settings > About.  Please note that this device must be on a  WIRED connection!  We do not support wireless for this device

     
 

  1. The Wireless MAC address will be displayed on the screen. If you have an XS model and use a wired connection, you’ll be interested in the Ethernet MAC address



 

Playstation

  1. Select Settings on the PS3 Home Menu.  Please note that this device must be on a WIRED connection!  We do not support wireless for this device.
  2. Navigate down and select [System Settings].
  3. Select [System Information]. Here you will find your MAC address. Be sure to note down the entire code, including colons.