How to change duplicate MAC Address

  • Another option. Create file '99-mac-address.rules' in 'udev.rules.d' subfolder under 'configfiles' folder. Use the following format within rules file. Label your mac's as you like.


    SUBSYSTEM=="net", KERNEL=="wlan0", RUN+="/sbin/ip link set dev %k address D8:FC:93:6F:29:01"
    SUBSYSTEM=="net", KERNEL=="eth0", RUN+="/sbin/ip link set dev %k address D8:FC:93:6F:29:02"

    Could you please make the process a little clearer for me?

    Do I create a subfolder called 99-mac-address.rules in the 'udev.rules.d' subfolder under 'configfiles' folder?

    Then I create these two lines, but change the mac address to my box address and the second mac to 1 number different as shown?

    SUBSYSTEM=="net", KERNEL=="wlan0", RUN+="/sbin/ip link set dev %k address D8:FC:93:6F:29:01"

    SUBSYSTEM=="net", KERNEL=="eth0", RUN+="/sbin/ip link set dev %k address D8:FC:93:6F:29:02"

    Do I do this on both boxes?

    The reason I ask is that I want to install openvpn onto my router and need to create static ip's for each of the boxes. At this point the traffic monitor on my Asus router shows this:


    Even though the boxes have static ip's I get this.

    Thanks for your help.

    MXIII-G, M8 and Beeklink MXIII Plus LE 8.2.2 - Demetris, Mecool M8S Pro+/Abox A1, Abox A1 Max Coreelec 9.0.2. Thanks to all.

  • Anyone?

    MXIII-G, M8 and Beeklink MXIII Plus LE 8.2.2 - Demetris, Mecool M8S Pro+/Abox A1, Abox A1 Max Coreelec 9.0.2. Thanks to all.

  • You need to create file 99-mac-address.rules in udev.rules.d folder. You can do that with Samba a or with ssh in folder /storage/.config/udev.rules.d/



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