Ethernet address, also called MAC address, is a 48-bit number used to uniquely identify each computer in a network. The address is usually written in hexadecimal form (e.g. 006097981E6B).
You may identify the Ethernet address by the following ways:
Many notebooks have their Ethernet addresses printed on the bottom of the notebooks. For example, an IBM notebook will have both its LAN Mac address and Wireless Mac address listed on the bottom. As you will be using wired network - use the LAN Mac address.
Most computer today have built-in Ethernet connection. You may obtain the Mac address by typing the following commands:
Click StartRuncmd and then press Enter
Type IPCONFIG /ALL and then press Enter
Open System Preferences and click on the Network icon as below.
Click the Advanced... button.
Click the Ethernet button to show the hardware address.
The wall outlet port number is a character string printed on the plate of the port in your room. The wall outlet port no. for the port below is U382.
If there are more than one port on the plate, you can decide which port to use. The wall outlet port no. for the port at the left-hand side below is U383 and the port at the right-hand side below is U384.