Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
I'm trying to find a way to setup a Wireless Lan in my house, but found out that Comcast Cable Internet restricts you to one MAC address per connection. So when I try to use the Internet with other machines than the first one I connected, it doesn't allow the connection to go thru. THen I learned that you can get around this by setting up a Router with a MAC address, and which fools the Comcast Internet connection to thinking its a single computer. Then somehow by cloning the MAC address - you can get other computers connected to the Router to share the Internet connection.
You just need to access the Linksys router setup using http://192.168.1.1 then use admin for the password leave the username blank, then you should see there a Setup tab then there's also a sub tab that says MAc address cloen , just enable it then click on the button that says clone PC mac then save the settings and thats it how you do the cloning on..
Hope that helps........
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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