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I am Just Using Ubuntu 17.10.
My Uname -a Result -> Linux user 4.13.0-36-generic #40-Ubuntu SMP Fri
Feb 16 20:07:48 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux.
Before Using Ubuntu 17.10, I was on fedora 26. I notice that there is
also (MAC Address Randomization issue). I can fixed it and can use
default mac address spoofing function from wifi setting -> Network
Profile Setting (*) -> Identity -> Cloned Address -> And Add mac address
to spoof for particular network.
This Default mac address spoof function is very useful for me.
Clearly, I doesn't mean (MAC Address Randomization issue)
Now I have a trouble with this feature (default mac spoffing). I can
connect Wifi-s with great signal easily without using cloned address
But when I added spoof address to setting, the wifi-s cannot be
connected. I tried two wifi-s from near me which can connect on fedora
26. One is open type network and the other is WPA Enterprise network.
If this function doesn't work for anyone, this must be a bug.
If it is a bug, hope it will fix it next release.
Please, Don't Hesitate to ask more information. I really want to help to
Description: Ubuntu 17.10
*** 1.8.4-1ubuntu3 500
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Clone Mac Address Function On Default Wifi Setting Does Not Work
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