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I need the MAC address to connect my Chromebook to our wireless, how can I find that when it won't let me past the welcome screen?
asked by Lorinn on April 23, 2013
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Follow these steps to find out your MAC address:

1. Open a web browser (google Chrome) and type in: chrome://system into the address bar and then press enter.
2. Find where it says: ifconfig and click on expand.
3. From the wlan0 section, view the link encap:Ethernet HWAddr (MAC address).
4. This is where you MAC address is. It is the numbers at the end of this line.

See if you need a better walkthrough.

Hope this helps
Joseph answered on May 6, 2013
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You have to connect to your router using an Ethernet cable. MAC address filtering is for wireless connections only.
After you connected via a cable, you can log in to your router and correct the settings.
Joe answered on April 24, 2013
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