How to change the Mac of a LAN network card (Windows 7, Vista & Windows XP)

It is not just advisable to change MacThe (Physical Address) of NIC, but if you have to do it, read on :) 
I needed to change my Mac so that ISPgives me "net on poppy", and if I bring another computer into the house I can't connect to the Internet if not put Mac is enrolled in provider. By some parts of the country, RDS make schemes like this :)

How can we change the network card mac (LAN)

First you should note Mac actual network card that is going to make the change. Open Command Prompt (run -> cmd & enter) and write "getmac".


Characters below "Physical Address"represents the mac. (ex. 00-F2-56-B3-00-B3)

2. go to Network Connections and InternetNetwork and right-click on "Local Area Connecton"-> click"Properties".

LAN properties

3. Click on the "button"Configure"


4. In the list "Property"from the tab"Advanced"select Network Address, then check the box below Value.


5. Click "OK". The network card's Mac has been changed.

The screenshots above were made on Windows 7, but in the same way you can change the mac on si .

*If you have something to complete / modify in this tutorial or in another tutorial on Stealth Settings, leave a comment.

How to change the Mac of a LAN network card (Windows 7, Vista & Windows XP)

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