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    Mac address

    Is there any way to change the mac address of the Radio?
    Living Room / Hifi: piCorePlayer 4.0.0 on rPi 3B+ & Allo DigiOne & 1TB USB (LMS 7.9.2 & Squeezelite) & Keces DC-116, Mutec MC-3+ Smart Clock, Rega DAC R, Rotel RB/RC-1070, Klipsch Forte III
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    Mac address

    > Is there any way to change the mac address of the Radio?

    I don't think it's possible on the Radio (it was on older models). But
    why would you need to do this?

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    Well.
    As my profession I am doing projects in various locations around the country. To make my live easy, I am renting serviced appartements in the town where I have a job.
    Actually, I am in an appartment with an open WLAN where each device is automatically registered by mac address through a registration process.
    As a workaround I was thinking to fool the system by changing the mac address of the device. (SB Radio).
    To get the SB Radio max address manually registed I would have to pay 120 Euros.
    Living Room / Hifi: piCorePlayer 4.0.0 on rPi 3B+ & Allo DigiOne & 1TB USB (LMS 7.9.2 & Squeezelite) & Keces DC-116, Mutec MC-3+ Smart Clock, Rega DAC R, Rotel RB/RC-1070, Klipsch Forte III
    Bedroom: Boom
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    Maybe you could pack a mini wifi router that has MAC cloning ability - with the added benefit that you would not have to change the wifi connection details in the radio each time you move around.
    Paul Webster
    http://dabdig.blogspot.com
    Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin

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    Paul, thanks for the hint. Will check it out.
    Living Room / Hifi: piCorePlayer 4.0.0 on rPi 3B+ & Allo DigiOne & 1TB USB (LMS 7.9.2 & Squeezelite) & Keces DC-116, Mutec MC-3+ Smart Clock, Rega DAC R, Rotel RB/RC-1070, Klipsch Forte III
    Bedroom: Boom
    Kitchen: Radio
    Spare: SB3, Touch

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    I bought travel router from TP-Link.
    Works great for me.
    Living Room / Hifi: piCorePlayer 4.0.0 on rPi 3B+ & Allo DigiOne & 1TB USB (LMS 7.9.2 & Squeezelite) & Keces DC-116, Mutec MC-3+ Smart Clock, Rega DAC R, Rotel RB/RC-1070, Klipsch Forte III
    Bedroom: Boom
    Kitchen: Radio
    Spare: SB3, Touch

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    Great
    Paul Webster
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    Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin

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