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I just need to know the max speed of my network card and physical address of the network card. Can u help me fin it or tell me where to find it?

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Hi - Your laptop contains two network adapters. The wired adapter is a Gigabit Ethernet card and the wireless (WiFi) is a 802.11g (54 Megabit) device.

To find out the physical addresses of both, In Windows click on the Start Menu then Run, a text box will appear, type in cmd then hit Enter and when the white text on black screen appears type ipconfig /all and hit Enter. On the left side of the screen will appear the words Physical Address and to the right will be the 12-character physical address. There will be such a column for both network cards.

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Start>Run>Cmd press enter on the command prompt type ipconfig /all you should have the physical address of your adapter

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This is very simple and will work with most routers that use DHCP to lease the LAN IP addresses to you Home Network, it will work for Wired (Ethernet) and Wired (54g) network cards.

Most third party Routers can be set up not to use either a WEP or WPA-PSK so this is a simple and effective alternative if you struggle to get this type or security to work, if you have a bundled router like SKY with the Sagem and BT with their Netgear home hub then the WEP key will be on the bottom so its easy to use this.

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You will need to find your MAC addresses for all the PC's and print servers that you will use on your home network. The easiest way to do this is to goto the command prompt and type

c:ipconfig /all


It will also show the MAC or physical addresses of all you connections, shown here is also a Belkin 10m bluetooth adapter.

However you can also do this by going to the Control Panel, Network Connections icon, double click it to show on your physical NIC the MAC address will be a long number in hex-decimal under the details button


click on details an it will show you the Physical Address (MAC) for your network card. it will be in the form of a 12 digit number with either colons or minus signs separating the hex-decimal number XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX


You will notice that the IP address has already been leased to the NIC from the routers DHCP server.

The example below is for the SKY Broadband Black Sagem Router just goto the corresponding menu for you router


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What is mac address?

A Media Access Control address (MAC address) is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. Logically, MAC addresses are used in the Media Access Control protocol sub-layer of the OSI reference model.

MAC addresses are most often assigned by the manufacturer of a network interface card (NIC) and are stored in its hardware, the card's read-only memory, or some other firmware mechanism. If assigned by the manufacturer, a MAC address usually encodes the manufacturer's registered identification number. It may also be known as an Ethernet hardware address(EHA), hardware address, adapter address, or physical address.

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Hi, here is a solution for your problem: Obtaining your MAC address
Your MAC address will normally be on the box or registration card for your computer or individual ethernet card. If you can not find it, please follow the instructions below depending on your operating system.
Windows Vista:
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  2. Click on All Programs.
  3. Click on Accessories.
  4. Click on System Tools.
  5. Click on System Information.
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  9. Scroll down to your Network Interface Card and it will list the MAC Addresss. (Make sure you do not get the wireless adapter). 

WINDOWS NT, 2000, or XP:
  1. Using your mouse, click on the Start Button.
  2. Click on Programs.
  3. Click on Accessories, and then Command Prompt.
  4. Once a small black window appears, type in ipconfig /all (with a space between the g and the /).
  5. Locate the number to the right of Physical Address. This is your MAC address.
  1. After clicking on the Start Button, click on Run.
  2. In the white space of the window, type in the word winipcfg
  3. Click on "OK".
  4. Look under the info for the Ethernet adapter. (Your system may also have a modem.)
  5. The number next to "Adapter Address" is your MAC address.
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In the router that you are trying to connect to do you know if it has an Allowed Mac Address section.

Depending on how the router is configured you may need to set the mac address of your wireless adapter to be allower on your network.

To find out the mac if its not on the adapter.

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go to command prompt
type cmd
then type in c:\arp -a
and it will show your address connect in your network
then check the physical address if belongs to your device
if not familiar with the physical address then someone is hijacking your connection

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