My router can do port-forwarding based on MAC addresses. In order to easily change that set of ports, I'd like to have different connections in the Network manager. First, go to the networking indicator and select "Edit connection" to configure a new connection:. After selecting your interface "eth0" in the top dropdown, you can simply choose any MAC address you like:. You should see something like this with dhcp enabled for your network interface. Usually its eth0 for ubuntu or linux mint wired network and wlan0 for ubuntu or linux mint wireless network.
From http: You could try macchanger available in the repositories. Install with sudo apt-get install macchanger or through Ubuntu Software center.
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Install macchanger and have it run every time the network connects by using a udev rule. Create the following file:. In Ubuntu Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
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The router itself, my laptop and my Galaxy S2. When I first wrote this article, there was no GUI tool for this task. I suggested including a periodic device scan feature in this tool and the developer readily agreed.
So, now we have a GUI tool that does this task. Just run install this app and run it. It will periodically scan for new devices on the network and will notify you if there is a new device. This application is only available for elementary OS, Ubuntu and hopefully, other Ubuntu based Linux distributions. You can find installation instructions on this detailed article on Nutty.
Oh, you can also log in to your router and see the devices connected to your devices. I let you figure the best way to find devices connected to your network. Like what you read? Please share it with others. I am an avid Linux lover and open source enthusiast. I use Ubuntu and believe in sharing knowledge. Apart from Linux, I love classic detective mysteries. I'm a huge fan of Agatha Christie's work. Please log in again.