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ULTIMAKER in Enterprise Level WLAN and LAN

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Hi there

I would like to get our ULTIMAKER 3 connecting to our Enterprise Level WLAN and LAN. Therefore I would need to know the MAC address because this is what is used for making a device visible in the university internal network space (MAC address for WLAN and LAN adapter). The MAC I have to send to our IT department.

After the MAC is registered I can connect to our network. 

The other question is if enterprise level stack is available on ULTIMAKER 3

 

Regards and thaks for answer.

Harald Sattmann

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Are you in a position to setup the UM3 on your own LAN?  If so, connect the UM3 to a router, both wired and wireless.  Put your laptop or PC on the same network.  Assuming you're running linux, run:

sudo nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24

where 192.168.1.0 is the actual is the subnet and /24 is the actual mask.  You should see a report of all devices connected to that network.  Look for hostnames that have Ultimaker in them.  You should see the MAC addresses of the interfaces of all the hosts on the network.

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