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Finding Your Mac Address
A MAC address, also known as a media access control address, is a unique identifying set of numbers that allows a network to communicate with your device. At Robert Morris University, we require you to enter the MAC address for your device in order to register on our network. Below, you'll find different guides to aid you in finding the MAC address for your device.
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https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Apple%20Mac%20OS%20X.pdf?attredirects=0Apple Mac OS X https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Microsoft%20Windows%20XP-Vista-7-8.pdf?attredirects=0Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8 https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Mobile%20OSs.pdf?attredirects=0Mobile OS (Android, Apple iOS, Windows Phone) https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Other%20Systems.pdf?attredirects=0Other Systems (Chromebook, Kindle, Apple TV, Roku Media Player https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Video%20Game%20Consoles%20(Handhelds).pdf?attredirects=0Video Game Consoles (Handheld) https://sites.google.com/a/rmu.edu/it/network/how-to-register/finding-your-mac-address/Video%20Game%20Consoles.pdf?attredirects=0Video Game Consoles