MAC Address Finder

Enter first 6 characters or full MAC address. Or search by Vendor name, e.g. cisco or apple
Database updated - October 29, 2017

Search results for "rf"

MACVendor
78C2C0DKORF Inc.
70B3D5F0BRF Industries
70B3D5E82RF Track
70B3D5ADBRF Code
70B3D5A51RF Code
70B3D59F1RFEL Ltd
70B3D5849RF-Tuote Oy
68AB8ARF IDeas
008B43RFTECH
003066RFM

About MAC address

MAC address - Media Access Control address. MAC addresses - hardware addresses that uniquely identifies each node of a network. It is assigned by the vendor or manufacturer and saved to the device memory.
According to the OSI model it is a second-level address. In IEEE 802 networks Data Link Control (DLC) layer is divided into two sub-layers: the Logical Link Control (LLC) layer and the Media Access Control (MAC) layer.
First 3 bytes (or 24 bits) of MAC addresses are known as the Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI) and usually encodes the manufacturer.

MAC addresses usually are written in the six groups of two hexadecimal digits separated by colons (:) or hyphens (-), e.g. e8:04:62:90:07:62, 00-1E-37-18-50 DB.
It is also used in another form (e.g. vendor Cisco) - the three groups of four hexadecimal digits separated by dots (.), e.g. 0016.4d2e.7d10.
How you can identify MAC address and check MAC adress?

Windows(XP,7,Vista,8):
In the command prompt (CMD), type in getmac (or getmac /v /fo list for full info).

Linux/Unix: type ifconfig -a. You must be root user or have appropriate permissions.
Mac OS X: launch the Terminal and type ifconfig.
Cisco: in the CLI type e.g. show arp.
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