There are several ways to check your router's MAC address. MAC address is a unique identifier of one's device.
If you have direct access to your router:
- Get to your router,
- Check for a sticker/description on the back of your router,
- Write down the thing labelled MAC Address or Physical address,
- That's it! You've got your router's MAC Address.
If you don't have direct access to your router (Windows):
- Open cmd.
- Enter ipconfig /all and press the enter button.
- Find Default Gateway, this is your router's IP address (for example 192.168.1.1).
- Write this IP address down or remember it, now enter arp -a <IP_ADDRESS> to get the MAC address of your router.
- Good job! You've acquired your router's MAC Address.