How does Mac view native IP and MAC addresses? Many users who just use Macs don't know how to view their native IP and MAC addresses. In fact, this is a little different from looking at the native IP address in the Windows system, so how do you view the IP address and the physical MAC address of the computer in the Mac? Small weave to bring you Mac to view the native IP and MAC address methods, the following steps are:
1, click on "System Preferences" in the dock to enter the System Preferences interface.
2, under the "Internet and wireless" option, find and click on the "network" this setting.
3, in the connection type of "Ethernet" option, the right will have an IP address, mask, and router address DNS address and so on.
4, if you are a broadband dial-up connection, then click the "Broadband Connection" option, and then click on the right side of the "advanced" button, so you can view the IP address after the broadband dial-up!
4, open the terminal, we use the input command query IP method to implement the IP address query.
Mac view native IP and MAC address method
5, in the terminal input "ifconfig" and then enter, to view the IP address
6, where "eth0" means Ethernet network card, "Lo0" means loopback address. My Ethernet network card IP address is "192.168.239.141" and the MAC address is "00:0c:29:26:bc:07"