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FRITZ!Repeater 2400

Determining the MAC address of the FRITZ!Repeater

A MAC address (Media Access Control address) serves as a unique identifier of a device in a network.

The FRITZ!Repeater has different MAC addresses depending on the frequency band being used.

Note:All instructions on configuration and settings given in this guide refer to the latest FRITZ!OS for the FRITZ!Repeater.

1 Determining the MAC address with wireless bridge connection type

The following step is only necessary if the FRITZ!Repeater is connected to the wireless router via Wi-Fi:

  1. Click "Access to Home Network" in the user interface of the FRITZ!Repeater.
  2. Make note of the corresponding MAC address in the "Local Wi-Fi Network Information" section.

2 Determining the MAC address with LAN bridge connection type

The following step is only necessary if the FRITZ!Repeater is connected to the router over LAN:

  1. Click "Wi-Fi" in the user interface of the FRITZ!Repeater.
  2. Click "Wi-Fi Network" ("Radio Network") in the "Wi-Fi" ("Wireless") menu.
  3. The respective MAC address is listed in the section "Active Frequency Bands".

    Note:This MAC address is visible to wireless devices that connect to the FRITZ!Repeater's Wi-Fi network. The MAC address for the LAN connection to the router is displayed in the router.