How might I be able to specifically change the Mac Address of the enp3s0 and wlp2s0 interfaces through the
/etc/network/interfaces file? What code would I have to include inside? I have been trying for some time now without success sadly enough.
So I found this great article online explaining how to change a Mac Address permanently through the
/etc/network/interfaces file on my Ubuntu.
In the article, it says:
On Debian, Ubuntu, and similar systems, place the following in the
appropriate section of /etc/network/interfaces (within an iface
stanza, e.g., right after the gateway line) so that the MAC address is
set when the network device is started:
hwaddress ether 02:01:02:03:04:08
Source: Changing Your MAC Address/Linux -WikiBooks
Now when I use the following code:
I get the following output
# interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) auto lo iface lo inet loopback
And when I do ifconfig on my ubuntu, I get back 3 different interfaces:
I would like to change the mac address of all of my interfaces (enp3s0, wlp2s0) (lo is loopback so no need there), but I am unfamiliar with the commands in the
/etc/network/interfaces file. I have been looking at tutorials online though I can't seem to get stuff right, and my computer even started acting very strangely a few times afterwards.