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MAC address to CDJ and DJM

Every network device has a unique MAC address.

The CDJ2000 and CDJ900 and DJM900 and DJM2000 have this unique MAC address?

How can access this MAC address?

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The engineers have replied back and unfortunately they don't keep a matched list. Sorry!

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yes they do, what reason would you need it though out of curiosity 

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I'm wondering this for two reasons: 1 - as the MAC address is unique, we would have a way to prevent and find a stolen unit (if the serial number not shown) 2 - free access to a network wirelless (I'm developing with my CDJ and DJM).

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good thinking actually on the stolen part, I will have to let a Pio rep though answer where it is, not sure what info they will allow on the forum, it is accessible though, I will tell you that much

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I found a Windows command that solves the problem:

The command is: "Arp -a".

To use this program is necessary that the CDJ and DJM communicate with your computer with Windows installed.

I run the rekordbox.

I clicked on LINK (to be shown the devices).

After this I run the command "Arp -a" in the Windows command prompt.

With this command will show a listing of all interfaces and their MAC addresses.

You can connect one device at a time in rekordbox to know exactly which address corresponds to the equipment.

The address of Pioneer equipment have the following pattern: 169.254.x.x

My results:

CDJ 1 (Left):

  • IP: 169.254.173.77

  • MAC: 00:E0:36:BF:AD:4D

CDJ 2 (Right):

  • IP: 169.254.173.155

  • MAC: 00:E0:36:BF:AD:9B

DJM 2000:

  • IP: 169.254.15.64

  • MAC: 00:E0:36:D2:0F:40

 

Post the results you get here.

 

Thanks.

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If your Pioneer equipment is networked and connected to a network with a router or access point, then logging into the router or access point will enable you to view the IP and MAC addresses of your hardware.

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thats an interesting idea too for people in another thread wondering if they can code the s/n into the hardware, now they can just record their MAC address pretty easily

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I had a pair of CDJ-2000NXS2's and a DJM-900NXS2 stolen. The police may have found them, but the serial numbers are scratched off. I was wondering if the MAC address and the serial numbers are associated and kept track of at Pioneer?  If so, is there anyway I could be put in touch with someone that would be able to help me out?

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I'll pass it along to our product team, but I doubt they keep a matched record.

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