dneil at UK.EY.COM
Fri May 4 20:07:03 BST 2007
Sorry - should have kept reading....
Same point was made by Dominic Forrest
ubuntu-uk-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com wrote on 04/05/2007 20:03:50:
> > One thing to note here, and I only mention it because your post
> has reminded
> > me, MAC address changes don't seem to matter: I have quite happily
> > routers connected to my cable modem without any need to contact NTL.
> The NTL registration only covers registering the modems MAC address
> against your account., it doesn't touch the MAC address of your PC's
> network card
> Dave Neil
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