In Windows, how can I find the BSSID of the Wifi Access Point I'm currently connected to?

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In a command prompt (you can launch one by using Win+R and type "cmd") type:

netsh wlan show interfaces

and press enter.

  • Using netsh wlan show interfaces | find "BSSID" would be a little more straightforward. – M.S. Dousti Jul 6 '18 at 16:17

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