If your IP address has been quarantined, you will see a screen similar to the following when trying to use the internet:
IP addresses are quarantined for a variety of reasons, including compromised accounts, virus infections, or spam incidents. Please contact the IT Helpdesk at (405) 744-4357 or the IT Security Office at (405) 744-1976 for assistance if you have been quarantined.
The process for finding an IP address, hostname, and MAC/physical address depends on the operating system. If the computer is quarantined and tries to access the internet, the quarantine page will show the IP Address as well.
Click the Start menu then type 'cmd' into the search bar and hit Enter. This will run the Command Prompt. In the Command Prompt window, type "ipconfig /all". Find the hostname, IPv4 address, and the physical address.
Click the Spotlight search icon in the taskbar at the top of the screen and type 'terminal'. Open Terminal once it has been found.
In the Terminal window, type 'ifconfig'. Find the IP address, which should start with 10 or 139, and the MAC address, which is listed as 'ether'.
In the Terminal windows, type 'hostname'. This should print out the hostname of your computer.
Open the Linux terminal using the instructions from your specific Linux distribution manuals. Type in 'ifconfig -a' then enter to get the IP address and MAC/physical address. Type in 'hostname' to get the Host Name of the computer.