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Your network interface card (hereon referred to as NIC) has a special hardware ID called a MAC address. Same as your modem. Now assuming you’re behind a single modem, and no router, this is fairly easy. But as I remember from a previous router I had, there was a similar way of doing this by using the routers settings to copy a specified mac address. Anyway. Heregoes.

1. Click start, right click my computer, go to properties.
2. Click the hardware tab that pops up, and then select device manager.
3. Go under the network adapters expandable box, right click your active one. (For me, it’s the Realtek RTL8139 Family fast ethernet NIC)
4. Press properties, and go under the Advanced tab on that window.
5. You SHOULD see network address, now as far as I know, linksys cards don’t use this. I’ve only tested on realtek, os your mileage may vary. There is however a program called mac address spoofer (or something of the like) on the internet. Google.
6. Set this radio button to “value”, and type in your network cards mac address, changing one or two letters/numbers in the hex. Mine is as such: 00 13 D3 A2 C2 05. So, if I wanted to change my IP, I could simply change it to 00 13 D3 A2 C2 06. It’s better to change one of the last three bytes.

And there you have it.

To find your mac address, go to start> run> type CMD> in the cmd window: ipconfig /all > find the one that says ‘Physical Address’. have fun.

Oh, uh, one last thing. One must unplug the power and plug it back in on the modem to reset the IP. Simply allowing the card to refresh will not work (based on windows XP. dunno about vista.) Same goes for routers.

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  1. by andy, on November 1 2009 @ 4:30 pm

     

    Ty mate very nice it worked perfectly cheers!

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