See the current MAC values
erogol@erogol-G50V ~ $ ifconfig -a | grep Ethernet eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:22:15:3a:36:93 wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:15:af:dd:94:91
Stop running of the card
<pre ">erogol@erogol-G50V ~ $sudo ifconfig eth0 down
Change the MAC address
erogol@erogol-G50V ~ $ sudo ifconfig hw ether 00:22:15:3a:36:83
Start the card running again
erogol@erogol-G50V ~ $ sudo ifconfig eth0 up
That's all. You might see the new MAC address for check.
Why I need to change the MAC address. Continue reading Changing MAC address of your network cards on Linux
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