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In my router you can change your mac address and clone from your computer.Were can i get a new mac address>? that will work with it like a mac spoffer :).
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Well you cant create a new MAC, its a specific to the NIC in your computer. You can go into the routers settings on some routers to give a specific MAC.
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Well you cant create a new MAC, its a specific to the NIC in your computer. You can go into the routers settings on some routers to give a specific MAC.

I did say In my router, But were can you get a mac for it. that means i can put any mac address there so if i get a mac spoofer i can spoof my NIC and copy the mac i spoof rigth from my computer to my router or is that ilegal or something.
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I suppose the next question has to be why do you want to change your MAC address or MAC addresses? What exactly are you trying to do?
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