How To Find MAC Address of Wireless Access Point (WAP) using cmd command / BSSID of Wi-Fi Networks



How to find BSSID of Wi-Fi Networks using the cmd command ‘netsh wlan show” in Windows 8. BSSID is the MAC Address of wireless access point, we can see this BSSID by using the command “netsh wlan show networks mode=Bssid|findstr BSSID”. BSSID can be represented as BSSID 1, BSSID 2 based on the number of available access points.

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