How To Find Your Quest 2 MAC and IP Address?

Are you trying to find your Quest 2 headset IP and/or MAC address? It’s really simple and in this article I am going to show you all the different methods step-by-step. So without wasting any more of your time, let’s get started!

Get Quest 2 IP & MAC Address from Headset WiFi Settings

  1. Click on the Oculus/Meta button on your right controller to open the Universal menu
  2. Open Quick Settings by clicking on the clock area

    Open Quest 2 Quick Settings
  3. Open WiFi settings

    Quest 2 WiFi settings
  4. Click on the Wi-Fi network you are currently connected to


  5. Scroll down and expand the Advanced options of the network


  6. Scroll down and you will find your headset IP and MAC address

    Find Quest 2 MAC & IP addresses
  7. If you scroll all the way down, you will also find the Quest 2 IPv6 address

Locating the IP and/or MAC address straight from the headset itself is the easiest way to do it. If for some reason, you need other ways, I am going to list a few.

You Can Find the Quest 2 IP Address from SideQuest

If you are familiar with sideloading and have installed/configured SideQuest on your PC, then you can get your Quest 2 IP address from the SideQuest status bar.

You should also be similarly able to find the headset IP address from the SideQuest mobile application.

Get Quest 2 MAC Address from Oculus Mobile App

A quick way to get your Quest 2 MAC address is to use the Oculus Mobile app:

  1. Open the Oculus app
  2. Tap Menu on the bottom-right
  3. Tap Devices
  4. Connect your Quest2 headset
  5. Open About Headset from headset settings
  6. Here you will the headset version and MAC Address


Note! You can also find the Quest 2 MAC address if you open headset Settings in VR, click on System, and open About from the menu on the left.

HARDWARE USED FOR TESTING AND WRITING THE ARTICLES:
* Meta Quest 2 (My “daily driver” headset which I absolutely love & recommend)
* Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (AMD Ryzen 5 5600H, Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060, 16GB RAM)
* TP-Link Archer C6 (budget dedicated router for Air Link, see my full setup tutorial)

ESSENTIAL QUEST 2 COMFORT ACCESSORIES:
* VR Cover Foam Replacement (one of the easiest & cheapest ways to improve headset comfort)
* BoboVR M2 Head Strap (reduce pressure on your head and improve the overall fit of the headset)

Martin Rakver

I am a software engineer and tech enthusiast. During my free time, I like to immerse myself in the world of virtual and augmented reality, which I believe will be more and more prominent in the years to come.

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