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Old 22 August 2008, 19:09   #12
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I can't understand the question so I will post the following...

You can't obtain a MAC address. MAC address is the Hardware address that the NIC has from it's vendor and it's Unique in the world (at least that is what we all want to believe).

You can only obtain IP Address in case you use DHCP on your router or other DHCP server that ofc can't be used in Genesis but only in Miami.

If your question is about obtaining NIC's MAC address in order to use it on an Access Point/Router Access list filtering, then you can easily disable the Access List on the Router/Access Point, then check the associated NICS, check the MAC address that's the more frequent then add it to the Access List.
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