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MAC Address Lookup

Our MAC Address Lookup tool offers comprehensive information on MAC Addresses for networking cards installed on your computer or other devices. You can locate the MAC Address on the networking card box or through the operating system after installation. Or retrieve your networking card's MAC Address by entering 'ipconfig/all' in the command prompt of any Windows version. The 'Physical Address' field denotes your networking card's MAC Address. Input the MAC address below for a quick lookup.

Just one click, and you'll get every detail linked to a device's media access control address—including the manufacturing company name and country. Check and validate MAC Vendor whenever required.

Enter any MAC Address or OUI to check its vendor or enter a vendor name to check its MAC Address ranges and details.

Result For:
Vendor / Company Address Prefix Start Address End Address Company Address

About MAC Address Vendor Lookup

MAC Lookup tool searches your MAC Address or OUI in the MAC Address Vendor Database. The database consists of a list of MAC addresses of all devices manufactured till today.

Validate MAC Address or Find MAC Vendor for Free

MAC search and verification become more accessible with our advanced tool. No matter which device you have, if it comes up with a network interface, you can grab all associated details with its unique identifier.

Whether you are looking for manufacturing company details or want to validate a media access control address — our MAC address finder lets you do it in real-time. If you are unsure about a device's MAC Address, you can look it up using the vendor name.

There are a lot more company details that you can find using it, such as the country in which the device is manufactured, along with its prefix.

Our tool employs advanced algorithms to retrieve required information from an up-to-date MAC Address Vendor Database. Leverage it to convert the MAC address to the device name anytime. For free!

To obtain comprehensive information about a device, it is essential to understand that relying solely on MAC address verification is insufficient. It is a network-level identifier that helps with network management, security, and troubleshooting.

How to Check MAC Address?

Performing the MAC Address Vendor Lookup is easy. Here’s a simple method to follow using our MAC address finder:

Step 1 - Enter the Required Information

You can provide any of the following to get the details you are looking for:

  • MAC Address

A unique identifier (00-1B-63-84-45-E6) is assigned to a device's network interface.

  • OUI

Part of the MAC address (00-1B-63) identifies the manufacturer.

  • Vendor Name

Name of the company or vendor associated with MAC address. Examples include “1 Infinite Loop Cupertino Ca 95014 Us”

Step 2 - Start Verification Process

Click on “search” to run our tool and get started with MAC Address Vendor Lookup.

Step 3 - Get Lookup Report

Wait for a few seconds until our tool completes the MAC search and displays the following details:

  • Address Prefix
  • Vendor / Company Name
  • Start Address
  • End Address
  • Company Address

This will enable you to check and verify the unique identifier number and other associated details of the respective network interface.

Note: The MAC Address Lookup provides information on the OUIs registered and assigned by IEEE. This means MAC Addresses generated for testing purposes cannot be lookup here.

Why You Need to Perform MAC Address Lookup?

We are proud to facilitate you with a powerful tool that takes only a few seconds to validate the MAC address—helping you find out which company manufactured the device and where. All with 100% accuracy and efficiency!

Now if you are wondering if you should use it, just know that—there can be several beneficial reasons for which you need to carry out a quick MAC OUI Lookup. Let's get to the details:

Network Identification:

MAC addresses, the unique identifiers assigned to network interfaces, such as Ethernet or Wi-Fi adapters, differentiate devices on a local network. Checking the MAC address can help to identify the specific device connecting to a network and track its activity.

Network Security:

MAC address filtering is a security measure employed in various networks as it allows administrators to specify which devices are allowed or denied access to the network based on their MAC addresses. Checking the MAC Address enables to enforce access controls.


There can be various cases where identifying a device's media access control address enables troubleshooting network issues. For instance, if a device is experiencing connectivity problems, then checking its MAC address can assist in locating and diagnosing the problem.

Device Management:

MAC addresses ensure effective device management. This is why checking the MAC address enables organizations to keep track of the devices connected to their networks, manage device configurations, and maintain an inventory of networked devices.

Got More Questions on Your Mind?

You will find everything related to MAC Address here, which will clear all your confusion.

What is a MAC Address?

MAC Address or media access control address is a unique ID assigned to network interface cards (NICs). It is also known as a physical or hardware address. It helps to identify the hardware manufacturer and is used for network communication between devices in a network segment.

MAC Address usually consists of six groups of two hexadecimal digits.

The network adapters or network interface cards always come with a MAC Address fed into hardware, usually in read-only memory (ROM) or BIOS system. The physical address is stored in the NIC by its manufacturer, which is why it is also called a burned-in address (BIA) or ethernet hardware address. There are several NIC manufacturers, including Dell, Cisco, and Belkin.

What is an OUI?

The first three sets of two hexadecimal numbers in a MAC Address identify the card manufacturer, and this number is called OUI (organizationally unique identifier). It is always the same for NICs manufactured by the same company. Let's say a network card manufactured by Dell has a physical address: 00-14-22-04-25-37. In this address, 00-14-22 is Dell's OUI, which identifies that the device is by Dell. It may be interesting to know that all the OUIs are registered and assigned to the manufacturers by IEEE.

How to Find Your Device MAC Address (My MAC Address)?

To find MAC addresses, see the instructions below for popular operating systems.

For Windows

  • Go to Command Prompt
    • Press Windows + R
    • Type cmd and press Enter
  • OR
    • Click Start Button
    • Type cmd and press Enter
  • In Command Prompt, type ipconfig/all and press Enter
  • And locate the "Physical Address" or "HWaddr" field. The Physical Address should be in the format M:M:M:S:S:S. For example 00-14-22-04-25-37

For MacOS

  • Click on Apple Menu (usually in the top left corner), and click System Preferences
  • In System Preferences, click the View menu and select Network
  • In the Network window that just opened, click the Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or Airport icon on the left.
  • Now click Advanced on the bottom right.
  • From the upper menu, click Hardware, and look for the MAC Address
  • Your MAC Address should be in the format: M:M:M:S:S:S. For example 00-14-22-04-25-37

For Linux or Unix

  • Perform the following as a superuser (or with appropriate permissions)
    • Type ifconfig -a
    • Look for "eth0". This is your default ethernet adapter
    • Now locate the field "HWaddr". The value displayed next to it is your MAC Address.
    • Your MAC Address should be in this format: 00-14-22-04-25-37

For iOS

  • Open Settings
  • Tap on General, the option in settings.
  • Now tap on About the option.
  • Locate the field Wi-Fi Address
  • The value against this field is your MAC Address
  • Your MAC Address should be in the format: M:M:M:S:S:S. For example 00-14-22-04-25-37

For Android

  • Method 1:
    • Open Settings
    • Select the option Wireless & Networks
    • Select Wi-Fi Settings
    • Select Advanced, and your wireless network card's MAC Address should appear here.
  • Method 2:
    • Open Settings
    • Select the option About Device
    • Tap on the option Hardware Info
    • Select Advanced, and your wireless network card's MAC Address should appear here.

Is it possible to track a device's location using its MAC address?

Tracking a device's location through MAC Address is not feasible or reliable as MAC addresses are primarily used for local network communication and do not inherently contain location information.

How is a MAC address different from an IP address?

  • MAC Address is a hardware identifier the manufacturer assigns, while an IP address is a numeric identifier assigned to a device on a network.
  • A MAC address is a 48-bit hexadecimal value represented in the format of six groups of two hexadecimal digits separated by colons or hyphens (e.g., 00:1B:63:84:45:E6). At the same time, the IP address is a 32-bit (IPv4) or 128-bit (IPv6) numerical value represented in decimal form with four groups of numbers separated by periods (e.g.,, or a hexadecimal format with eight groups of four hexadecimal digits separated by colons (e.g., 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334).
  • The device manufacturer assigns MAC addresses that are "burned in" or programmed into the hardware of the network interface card. In contrast, IP addresses can be assigned dynamically (DHCP) or statically (manually configured) by your Internet Service Provider.
  • MAC addresses are intended to be globally unique to each network interface. While IP addresses must be unique within a given network, they can be reused on different networks.

Can I find the MAC address of a device using its IP address? (7 ways)

  1. Through Command (Use the ARP command (e.g., "arp -a" in Windows or "arp" in Linux) Or Use Ping Command Followed by IP Address)
  2. Through DHCP Server Logs or by using DHCP Lease Table
  3. Through Network Tools like Network Configuration Management Tools, Network Monitoring Tools (Wireshark or TCPDump), Network Inventory Management Tools, or Network Scanners (Nmap or Angry IP Scanner), or Network Inventory Management Tools). As they often provide functionality to display MAC Addresses based on IP Addresses.
  4. Through Network Hardware (using Network Switches or Manufacturer Tools or Router Administration Page)
  5. Through DNS Reverse Lookup Or MAC Lookup Tool
  6. Through ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) Table
  7. Through Device Logs

Can I have multiple MAC addresses on a single device?

Each network interface has a single unique MAC Address, but a system with more than one network device can have more than one MAC Address. For example, a laptop with an ethernet port and wifi card can have 2 MAC Addresses for each device.

How to get a list of all MAC Addresses of a vendor?

To get a list of all MAC Addresses of a particular vendor (Suppose “Hewlett Packard”). Enter the vendor name in our MAC Address lookup. The MAC identifier will fetch a vendor's MAC Addresses and display the results.