^ Your router's local web interface should have a page that allows you to clone the MAC of your computer's NIC; from what I see on mine, it looks like you can manually edit it to whatever you want.
I want to forward 3 ports on my router to a machine with a local IP of 192.168.0.14, via SSH (in the Mac OS X Terminal). If I were to do it manually from my router's preference page it would look like this.
My router's local IP is 192.168.0.1. What command or commands would I need to use? Thanks in advance.
I would like to collect all extras you can do to get some more privacy and security for your system. I make a start here and i would like to add more stuff from following replies to this first post. So please, post your tips for extra privacy and security.Hope this is helpful...
Sorry to be the 100000th user to ask for help on this matter, but I have tried several solutions from various blogs and I still can't connect. My wifi card detects my router, but can't connect to it. I have made sure that I selected the right security mode, and I have entered the router's mac address and ssid manually. I have TL-WDN4800 wireless adapter and a cisco x3500 router.
So at first I was unable to get my Belkin Surf & Share usb to install on my computer, so then I plugged my computer directly into my router and my computer won't acknowledge any connection. I know very little about how to use ubuntu, please help me.
Im about to setup a local dns server and a proxy server in the same machine (A raspberry pi). It will be connected to the network just like all the other computers, through a switch. The switch is connected to a router (And I have several devices connecting to the router through wifi).
I'd like to block facebook.com by making a redirect to facebook.com/4oh4/php whenever a facebook page is accessed. Also, I'd like to do this on the local side so no proxies or router configurations. Computer is running Windows 7 Enterprise x64.
Is this thing doable considering the requirements? Also, I don't want to edit the HOSTS file as this has already been done but it has been bypassed.