How to Find Mac Address on Insignia Fire TV

Are you looking to find a MAC address on Insignia Fire TV? Many users are searching over different social websites and forums for the steps to find an Ethernet hardware address or physical address, or what we call a Mac address. Each device has a unique Mac address to send or receive data.

Insignia Fire TVs have become popular nowadays due to the seamless integration of streaming services and smart TV capabilities. Whether you’re troubleshooting some network issues or setting up parental controls, you need to find the Mac address of the device.

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to find the MAC address on your Insignia Fire TV. Read on.

Access Mac Address on Insignia Fire TV

A MAC (or Media Access Control) address is a 12-character alphanumeric unique identifier provided by a network provider that is used to identify your device in a network.

Even though many people are looking on the internet for steps to find a Mac address, it’s very easy to find this 12-character address. Here’s how you can find the Mac address on an Insignia smart TV that is running on Fire OS.

Step 1: First of all, make sure your TV is turned on. If not, turn on your Insignia Fire TV.

Step 2: Press the Home button to navigate to the home screen. From the home screen, head over to the gear icon or Settings and tap to open the TV’s settings.

Insignia Fire TV Settings

Step 3: Select My Fire TV from the available menu options.

My Fire TV Option Under Settings on Insignia Fire TV

Step 4: Next, choose About under My Fire TV section.

Insignia Fire TV's About

Step 5: Finally, choose Network, and you will see the 12-character alphanumeric Mac address on the right side of the TV’s screen.

Insignia Fire TV Mac Address Under Network

Wrapping Up

So, these are the steps you can follow to view the hardware address or the Mac address on Insignia Fire TV, no matter which TV model you have. I hope the guide helped you find it.

Mac addresses are usually a combination of letters and numbers separated by colons and follow the format 00:1A:2B:3C:4D:5E, but sometimes they will display as 00-1A-2B-3C-4D-5E or 001A2B3C4D5E.

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