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Hi Everyone,
Is it possible to put TWO mac address for a NIC interface so that one address behave as a virtaul mac address.? As I can change the MAC address by arp spoofing/MAC spoofing but when i will get arp reply it will not accepted because that MAC address is not actually bind so it will discarded. But If I want to work with that virtual MAC address. what I have to do ?

plz give some suggestion and guidance.
Feb 23 '07
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14 New Member
Yup, possible in both. I'll post how, but I'm not sure this is what the OP is looking for.
Hi , Much thanks fr ur reply
I am loking fr LINUX operating system
Feb 24 '07 #11
3,237 Recognized Expert Specialist
Hi , Much thanks fr ur reply
I am loking fr LINUX operating system
Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
  1. ifconfig wlan0 down
  2. ifconfig wlan0 ether 93:34:23:44:33:33
  3. ifconfig wlan0 up
Replace wlan0 with your network card.
You will need to be root to do this.
Pay attention to the warnings and stipulations I make in this thread.
Feb 24 '07 #12
14 New Member
Well, you can make a NIC card act in promiscuous mode, and spoof MAC headers. Doing these two things in conjunction would effectively be equal to a "virtual MAC address."

could u plz explain me in detail how to do with spoofing of MAC header(virtual MAC address), I tried but i didn't get any solution .

Mar 3 '07 #13

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