Finding the MAC address of my PIX firewall's Interface

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
Is there a command I can run on my 506 that will tell me what the MAC address for each Interface is?  I am not that familiar with the CMD Interface - I tend to use the PDM and I can't find any info on the MAC addresses in there.
Question by:aconway
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    sh int  (short for "show interface").


    Author Comment

    I think I got it.. although the Public and Private Interface seem to share the same MAC address...  

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