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How do I find the mac address for a networked copier?

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How do I find the MAC address for a imagerunner 3300 copier?  I done this before but can't remember exactly how.  We are in the process of adding it to our domain with Active Directory.
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If it is already connected and has an IP address just ping that IP address then from a dos prompt type arp -a
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Hi,

It must be part of your network IP range. You can scan your network using either Kaboodle or Spiceworks and it will show you the mac address of your copier;

www.spiceworks.com
www.kaboodle.org

RogueScanner is also another option;

http://paglo.com/opensource/roguescanner_tour
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