How to obtain your MAC address on Linux easily.
What is the MAC address?
A MAC address is a unique identifier which is assigned by the manufacturer of the independent network component if it is wireless or Ethernet.
A MAC address is formed by six groups of two characters and each of them separated by two points following the following syntax:
How To View the MAC address in Linux
In the case of Linux environments we can know your MAC address by accessing System Configuration where we will see the following:
There we click on Network and in the expanded window we select Wired, and there we will see the Linux MAC address:
As an alternative option, we can know the MAC address by executing the following syntax in the terminal. We can see on the ether line the MAC address of the network component.