The following instructions will help you locate your MAC address. Registering your devices MAC address is required in order to access Spartan Net Community WiFi. Once you locate your MAC address, add your devices within your ‘My Account’.
Depending on your Playstation 2 model, please try one of the following lists of steps:
To find the MAC address of your Sony PlayStation 2 you will need the Network Adapter connected to the PS2 and you will need the disc that came with the Network Adapter.
- Power up the PS2 and load the Network Adapter Startup Disc, once loaded, select ‘ISP Setup’ and press X on your controller.
- The ISP Setup will begin to load, and you will be presented with a license agreement. Select ‘Agree’ and press X to continue. For connection type, choose ‘Local Area Network (LAN)’ and press X to continue.
- Select ‘Automatic Configuration’ and press X to continue.
- At the connection test screen, select ‘Advanced’ and press X to continue.
- At the Advanced Broadband Settings screen, make sure ‘Automatic’ is selected. While you are at this screen, make note of the MAC address at the bottom.
The process differs slighly with the slim version of the PS2. With the slim version, follow these directions:
- Turn on the console without a game in the tray.
- Press the triangle to show the version information.
- Your MAC address should be displayed near the bottom.
- Turn on your Playstation 3 without any disk in the drive.
- Navigate to the ‘Settings’ icon (located on the far left). Press the X button on your controller.
- Select ‘Network Settings’ with the X button on your controller.
- Select ‘Settings’ and Connection Status List and you will see your MAC Address.
- Turn on your Playstation 4 without any disk in the drive.
- Navigate to the Settings icon and press the X on your controller.
- Select the System icon under the Settings menu.
- Select ‘System Information’ and you should then be able to see your MAC Address.
- Navigate to ‘System Settings’.
- Navigate to ‘System Information’.
- You should now see your MAC Address.
- Select "System Settings" from the HOME Menu.
- Scroll down through the menu and select "Internet."
- The Nintendo Switch console's MAC address will be listed under "System MAC Address."
- From the home screen, select the Wii button in the lower left hand corner.
- Select ‘Wii Settings’.
- Select the right arrow to advance to the 2nd set of settings and select the Internet option.
- Select ‘Console information’, you should now see your MAC Address.
- On your Wii U, go to the Wii U Menu and select ‘System Setting’.
- Select ‘Internet’, then select ‘View MaC Address’.
- Turn on your Xbox console with no game disc in the disc tray.
- From the Xbox Dashboard, choose ‘settings’ then select ‘Network Settings’.
- Select ‘IP Address’ and confirm the configuration is set to ‘automatic’.
- Go back to ‘Network Settings’. Select ‘DNS Servers’ to confirm that configuration is set to ‘automatic’.
- Back at ‘Networks Setting ’window, the MAC Address is located at the bottom right corner.
- Go to the System area of the Xbox Dashboard and select ‘Network Settings’.
- Select ‘Edit Settings’.
- Under Basic Settings, check to make sure the IP Settings is on ‘Automatic’.
- Now go to ‘Additional Settings’, select ‘Advanced Settings’ and at the bottom of the screen you will see your MAC Address.
- If you are signed into your profile, navigate to ‘My Games & Apps’. Skip this step if you are not signed into a profile.
- Select ‘Settings’ then select ‘Network’.
- Select ‘Advanced Settings’ and your MAC Address should be displayed on this screen.