IP Address Problems
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Tue Jan 10 18:17:57 UTC 2006
> On 10/01/06, Andrew Jorgensen <andrew.jorgensen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You say you have written your own script to spoof the MAC address?
>> This is very likely the source of your troubles. When does this
>> script run? (What other script triggers it?) What exactly does your
>> script do?
> The script (below) was run by me, after I had logged in (only on the
> spoofed machine)
> sudo /etc/init.d/networking stop
> sudo ifconfig eth0 hw ether AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF
> sudo /etc/init.d/networking start
What can I tell you except to reiterate that you shouldn't be
Read "man interfaces", set up /etc/network/interfaces to use DHCP and hwaddr
(Is this what Michael suggested? I can't find all the posts in this
Then you should _not_ be doing anything else to that interface. If you need
it to be able to bring itself up and down, use ifplugd.
> But the problems occur on the *real* NIC as well.
> I am using the method suggested by Michael (above) to spoof the MAC
> address now (in /etc/network/interfaces) and the problems still exist,
> unless I activate the network after I have logged in via the GUI.
And don't use the GUI. It's fine for setting things up _once_, but it
shouldn't be necessary and it's obviously breaking things for you.
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