Now the above is not essential but if you have a
subscribed modem which is recommended, and you plan
to connect your clone to the same network card
(Ethernet Card also known as NIC & Network
Interface Card) you should take some precautions as
the cable companies can see your NIC and can log
the against your modems Mac address. So for example
you connect your subscribed modem to your PC
through your NIC then you connect a cloned modem to
the same pc using the same NIC then the cable co.
will know you've used a clone on your PC and you'll
get the dreaded knock on the door. All of this of
course is theoretical and I've never heard of
anybody getting caught using a clone like, to be
honest I've never heard of any body getting caught
using a clone but that's another topic all
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Changing your NIC MAC
This is a simple procedure, download SMAC from
one of the various forums, run it and enter the Mac
address you want in the boxes as shown bellow and
hit update Mac, restart pc and your done.
I personally recommend you
only change the last two or three digits of
the NIC Mac as completely changing the Mac can
cause your PC to not detect a network connection.
Also if you have never connected a subscribed modem
to the NIC you are going use your clone on then
there will be no need to spoof the NIC Mac address.
If you have never used Ethernet and only used USB
or just plan to use your clone via USB then you
will not need to spoof the NIC as it will not be