MAC (Media Access Control) Address of any network device is a code which identifies that device uniquely. Usually all of our computers have a Network Card which has a unique MAC address which is a code of 6 Bytes (48 Bits).
This MAC address is usually fixed for the devices and is programmed into them while manufacturing, but most of the modern network adaptors can have a configurable MAC address.
Also there are free tools which can help change the MAC address in case you need to change the MAC address for some reason. Usually these tools are useful for Network Administrators and Internet Security professional.
In this article I will review a freeware tool DynaMAC which allows you to view and change your Network’s MAC Address.
DynaMAC is freeware tool Developed by Jonathan Danucalov. This is an easy to use tool which will display your Network Adaptor’s MAC Address. It gives options to set a custom MAC address or Reset it.
This tool may not work properly on some computers because of group policy restriction and Windows security settings. So give it a try if you are in a need to change your Computer’s MAC address.