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It connected right away, gave me the usual “certificate not verified" info box just like my Mac does every time I connect to network (on the Mac I just hit “accept" I'm not sure whether the Mac gives you any opportunity to configure this or whether it auto-detects the security type. I read all of the above.. I don't know why but a quick restart hardly ever fixes a boot problem.

And when I try to connect to any access point I get numerous "Connection timeout"s Any hint what I could still try? On the Mac, these setting will be under System Preferences > Network. Reply Sam J says: August 9, 2009 at 11:58 am Just updated to 10.5.8 this arvo and immediately afterward found a hotspot that doesn't like my machine. Thanks to Chromeo for the actual directions. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1506347?start=0&tstart=0

I am guessing that the new release has disallowed spoofing, but I am not sure. anyone know how to do this? does anyone know if the iphone supports 802.1x wifi authentication via a digital certificate?

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  2. I will try to explain what i'm doing. 1) Open Terminal. 2) Paste "sudo ln -s /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/Current/Resources/airport /usr/sbin/airport" (without quotes). 3) Enter.
  3. Press Return. 14.

Reply Peter says: January 3, 2010 at 10:19 am I have changed the MAC address, but after it I can not connect to the wifi network at all. Plz help Thanx in advance Reply cups says: May 8, 2010 at 9:30 am Why don't you just get a wireless router? To be clear, this changes the MAC Address *and* then I am able to connect to a WiFi network. Does anyone know a way to resolve this issue?

Adrian_Thompson wrote: Now asking me about how they establish their IP address etc is like interrogating a French monkey by asking questions telepathically in Russian. In the pico editor, paste in the following text. heyduard wrote: BTW, what does the router report for the security settings for wireless? Any ideas?

Mac's work perfectly every time. Thanks, I'll be saving this for future use, I hope I never need it. When trying to connect through the ethernet I get a parental control message (Linksys). An incomplete installation, an incomplete uninstall, improper deletion of applications or hardware.

Nokia Phones don't support it and I can't find anything on the Apple website about it. So I don't know if anyone said this already, but I noticed that the above commands wouldn't work unless the second nimble on the mac address was either a 2, 6, Probably 99% of the time, it was an IP address issue. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.

I sure hope someone can figure this out. Error 1 On Port En1 Error Codes are caused in one way or another by misconfigured system files in your windows operating system. en0) must be edited to match the interface # to which the MACADD setting should be applied # ## StartService () { ConsoleMessage "Configuring MACADD" ### uncomment lines and change the They're very convincing and will certainly work.

If "airport" is not found. Get it here: https://github.com/feross/SpoofMAC Reply xosiris says: December 6, 2013 at 6:10 pm Hi there, I followed your manual and successfully changed the ether address visible through "ifconfig en1" (Wifi interface I have no idea why, how or when it became open, but right now I'm not being asked for a password. From the command line it looks good but the Airport is inoperable.

This is not always the case, though. Access solution wizards Small and Medium Business Deutsch English (Australia) English (UAE) English (UK) English (US) Español (España) Français Italiano 日本語 简体中文 繁體中文 한국어 Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Home > Community > Lesley wrote: When I worked at the paper, the router would routinely stop talking to some of the Macs.

I know I wrote it down and put it in a safe place just for this sort of situation, but it's obviously a really safe and secure place as I can't

And in my work background, mos post reply | video help | read more 802.1x Authentication server is not responding -- but there is no 802.1x authentication server! Begin copying below this line. ----------------------------------------------------- Description Can set MACADD OrderPreference None Provides MACADD Requires Network Configuration ----------------------------------------------------- End copying above this line. 22. Find your calling here Essential reading. United States Copyright © Apple Inc.

Again, some Macs use en0, so if you run into any issues you can try that. http://osxdaily.com/… […] Reply Halo says: August 22, 2009 at 10:22 pm I'd like to spam! Do not turn off airport 2. Daughters boyfriend manages to access the router wirelessly with his PC.

It's probably an IP address issue. Here’s my simplified version: ifconfig en1 | grep ether ^^^ Check Current Mac Address sudo /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/Current/Resources/airport -z ^^^ Disconnect from Networks sudo ifconfig en1 ether 00:00:00:00:00:00 ^^^ Set New Mac Address I love Apple products. Mac's work perfectly every time.

This website should be used for informational purposes only. MacBook33-2:~ mycomp$ ifconfig en0 | grep ether ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx MacBook33-2:~ mycomp$ ifconfig en1 | grep ether ether yy:yy:yy:yy:yy:yy MacBook33-2:~ mycomp$ sudo ifconfig en0 lladdr aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa Password: MacBook33-2:~ mycomp$ ifconfig en0 | If it's working so far, I wouldn't worry. You can try manually setting a DHCP address.

thanx in advance Reply cups says: May 8, 2010 at 12:35 pm of course you can spoof to whatever MAC address you want, even the same as another machine, but you All Rights Reserved. I have an optical internet connection(wire) which the ISP configured with my macbook (ethernet port), which means i can only use that macbook. I guess tomorrow night I'll have to call AT&T (the provider) Netgear (the modem/router manufacturer) and or make an apointment with Apple at the genius bar to sort this out.

More telapathic Russian here! ransom Dork Oct. 25, 2011 9:47 p.m. Reply Feross says: January 22, 2013 at 3:32 am If you want to spoof your MAC address on OS X more easily, you should use SpoofMAC, a free open-source tool to I used another computer connected to my router to look up my computer's MAC address and the spoofed one showed up.

Crowd fans). http://www.trendnet.com/products/proddetail.asp?prod=150_TU2-ET100 (Went to downloads, grabbed the universal zip) No luck with the TRENDnet dongle… BUT NOW SPOOFING MY INTERNAL ETHERNET (en0) WORKS! Went out on a limb, bought a USB ethernet dongle (TreneNet TU2-ET100). pinchvalve SuperDork Oct. 26, 2011 7:46 a.m.

Adrian_Thompson Dork Oct. 27, 2011 7:41 a.m. I posted the same Q on a Mac Forum and I've been surfing GRM waiting for a reply with no luck. Begin copying below this line. ----------------------------------------------------- #!/bin/sh . /etc/rc.common ## # Configure a network interface MAC Address setting ## # # This script will set the MAC Address setting for the I tried turning it off and on again, not luck.