WD My Passport Wireless 1TB is an portable easy to use Wifi enabled external hard drive. It comes with usb 3.0 support also. This drive offer you easy to use features. Like you can connect the drive with your router and use it like a shared storage space in your lan network. Now sometime you will face issue with connecting the drive on the router. Or some users are having a high end security enabled. For which the router does not allow any device to connect. You can at that time use the Mac address. You can also use the same if you had kept the drive hidden on your network. In this short tips I will show you how to find the Mac Address of WD My Passport Wireless 1TB. I am using Samsung Galaxy Note 2 here. So the process will be based on that. Before starting you have to go in the Wifi section and connect the device to MyPassport.
Launch a web browser. Like Google Chrome. In that type mypassport.local or 192.168.60.1. The default UI will load. From the top tab you have to select Wifi.
Now on the top right side you can see a settings icon. Tap on that to open a dialogue box.
A access point settings dialog box will appear. You have to again tap on the Advance Options which is below.
Now just scroll down and you can see the MAC Address. From this section you can also modify the IP address of WD My Passport Wireless 1TB. By turning off the DHCP you can assign static IP to WD My Passport Wireless 1TB.