Here is what you can do to identify the port with its corresponding MAC address.
Download and install the PROSet software in case you have not done this yet
Go to device manager->right click on the port of the network adapter
Click on property-> Link Speed-> Identify Adapter
Click on Start, please check on the physical port, it will blink continuously for you to identify
The corresponding mac address for the port is shown on the PROSet software so you will know which port the mac address belongs to
I hope the above information help.
Thanks for you answer.
I am doing an installation from scratch - don't have any OS in the computer where the NIC is.
Don't want to buy a license of Windows and install it just to get the MAC addresses.
Is there another way to get the different MAC addresses - some standalone program that I just can boot from USB ?
Hi Pelleplutt, Diags.exe of proadmin.exe package - https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=4237&lang=eng can show the mac address w/out going to the windows system.
1. copy the Diags.exe to your USB boot disk
2. run Diags.exe and click "View Adapter configuration".
I've tried it on older version of Intel cards but not on this model. You may want to try it out.
hope this helps.
Diags.exe on USB boot disk worked just fine ... problem solved