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3 Ways to change the MAC address in Linux and Unix

There are 3 ways (that I know of) to temporary change the Hardware address (MAC address) in Linux and Unix systems. The MAC address can be temporary changed with ifconfig, iproute2 or the macchanger tool, in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint

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How to temporary configure network interfaces with iproute2

The ip command is newer and better than the old ifconfig. It displays the IP address, the netmask, the broadcast, the MAC address and other information. The ip is better than ifconfig, for a number of reasons: it works for

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How to temporary configure the network interfaces with ifconfig

In Linux and Unix, the IP adresses can be set temporary or persistent (stored in the configuration file). ifconfig is a an “old” generical command for setting temporary IP addresses all over the Unix systems. The network changes you make

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