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as far as i understand it, winroute is a software router, so it has it's own mac adress. Im working on a Windows XP System. And im behind a poor hardware router that doesn't do static ip. The ip you get, can only depend on the mac adress i guess. I would like to be able to change my IP within the network, so i would like to change the Mac adress of winroute software router.

Is it possible? How?
I tryed some stuff, used google but nothing seems to work. I can change the mac adress of the Lan-Card and that of the wireless conection stick. But for the hardware router the mac adress of the software router winroute is the only visible.

the programm makmakeup for instance doesn't work.
And the help files i read about editing the regedit neither.

Help would really be apprecheated

[Updated on: Tue, 09 June 2009 15:12]


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winrouteuser1 wrote on Sun, 07 June 2009 21:02


as far as i understand it, winroute is a software router, so it has it's own mac adress.

The routing may be done by software, but the network cards that connect the system to the to-be-routed networks are your normal hardware network cards. It's the network card that specifies the MAC-address. So you should look into how to change the MAC-address on the network card in question.

It's not a Kerio Winroute thing...

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Why do you need static IP?

Can you set it up on your router to give out only 1 IP address? - reduce DHCP pool to only 1 ip address (e.g.

Which router are you using?
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