lgq1w2e3 Posted June 25, 2015 Share Posted June 25, 2015 Hi all, I am working on a project that relies (among other things) on: - Setting an access point in RaspPi that bridges an ethernet connection from my macbook (check! done!). - Hard-assigning a MAC address to this access point. (this is where I am having problems). I was able to set up the whole network, and it works fine. I was also able to change my mac address, using (mainly) ifconfig + ether command. And it also worked. However, after changing the MAC address I cannot connect to such access point anymore with any device. I have tried several different methods, and all have failed. Am I trying to do something impossible here? Is there any work around to such thing? Just to know. I am changing the MAC address using the following lines: sudo service ifplugd stop sudo ifconfig wlan1 down ifconfig wlan1 hw ether [MAC ADDRESS] sudo service ifplugd start And the AP is set up by a bridge between the eth0 and wlan1. Thank you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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