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 MAC
Author: George 
Date:   31-05-05 19:47

I'de like to know how to change a mac on a network card. Please help me. How can I make this chage from comands with remaining permanent, and how can I make this change permanent?



Thank you.



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 Re: MAC
Author: Popica 
Date:   16-06-05 01:20

You can change your mac address if you do this :

A.
1. ifconfig <interface name> down
2. ifconfig <interface name> ether <mac address>
3. ifconfig <interface name> up

OR
B.
1. ifconfig <interface name> down
2. ifconfig <interface name> link <mac address>
3. ifconfig <interface name> up

OR
C.
1. /sbin/ifconfig <interface name> ether <mac address>


Good luck!! and call me :D .

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