Robert Spangler on 3 Sep 2012 11:15:16 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Strange networking (or Verizon marketing) question.

On Monday 03 September 2012 07:35, the following was written:

>  Some part of Verizonâs system may have memorized the MAC address of the
>  computer. If it is the DSL modem, power-cycling it may be enough. If it is
>  the endpoint on Verizonâs side of they connection you may have to try to
>  convince tech support that your MAC changed. A less annoying way would be
>  to have the router spoof the computerâs MAC.

No need to call any tech support.  Just leave the devices unplugged from the 
DSL Modem for ~ 5 minutes and the known MAC should get erased from the switch 
table allowing a new device to be plugged in.



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