A MAC address is a unique identification number associated with a network adapter. Devices with more than one network adapter may have a unique MAC address for each one.
MAC addresses are 48-bit numbers, represented by 12 hexadecimal digits (0-9, A-F), often separated by colons or dashes.
Examples of a single MAC address written using some of the different valid fomats:
|No separators||Colon separated||Dash separated|
You may need to register your device in order to connect it to the network.