Wii: How to Locate the Console’s MAC Address

Posted January 9, 2008 by Rob Rogers in Nintendo Wii

If your wireless router uses MAC filtering, you will need to know the MAC address of your device so that it may connect to the internet for updates and gaming.

1. When at the Wii Menu screen, click the Wii icon in the lower left corner.

2. Select Wii Settings.

3. Click the arrow on the right side of the screen to advance to the next page of settings.

4. Select Internet.

5. Select Console Information.

The MAC Address for your console will be displayed. After you have written down the address, repeatedly select Back to return to the Wii Menu screen.


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