Heya.. If you have a machine with vmware installed.. the machine has one NIC connected to a network which is using a DHCP server which only allow 1 ip per MAC. You start the box and you get an IP.. then you install vmware, install another operating system on it (doesn't really mather which) and set the network device in vmware to "bridged" and start it.. then the virtual machine in vmware will get it's own IP even if the MAC restricts 1 ip per MAC..
Therefore, it IS possible to change/spoof/hide/fake MAC and have a virtual NIC.. So my question is, how can I do this without vmware and just virtual NIC on my system? My idea is to have one box infront of all other boxes in my network but yet use all 5 ips my ISP allow me to have. If I get this work, I can do stats, filter the whole network, log traffic and so on instead if setting up 5 firewalls, 5 loggers, etc but yet have 5 differet IPs.. Regards, Jesper Wallin _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"