^ 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 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...
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.
I set up a xl2tpd vpn server on a router, and assigned the ip range from 192.168.191.2 to 192.168.191.244, and there's local network behind the router's lan side with a 192.168.1.0/24 ip range, so I want the vpn client access the router from its wan port, then it can communicate with the local network, so how can I got it?
I have a two home networks involving cable routers. Network A is an Asus RT-N66U that is hosting a PPTP VPN. My PC is connected to Network B which is another router (Netgear WNR1000). Both routers have an IP of 192.168.1.1.
When I connect to Network A's VPN from my PC in Network B, I can access all devices in Network A (printers, FTP server, etc) except for Network A's router.