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Thread: Want to check something w. you guys




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    My friend is thinking about getting ATT cable internet, and he wants to hook up 2 computers to it without ATT knowing about it. A while back i looked into this and found that by using a router to 'spoof' (is that right?) the MAC address of the NIC card, he can hook up both of his machines with only 1 IP. Is this correct?
    Also what is a decent router that would work with this setup that has the needed features.
    thanks

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    Dependin on how the company works, you may be able to get away with just using any old router. However, if you need something that can spoof MAC addresses, I do know that most Netgear routers are capable of this. I use the RP114, and it does everything I need it to do. It's a little beast. :)

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