Quoting Michael Conry (michael.conry at gmail.com):
> I studied/worked in UCD for several years, using Linux for about 5.
> Never had any particular problems. Register the MAC address with
> network services and then DHCP will pull down all the necessary
Or, just sniff the LAN's traffic in promiscuous mode, and then steal
someone else's MAC address and DHCP lease, using /sbin/ifconfig's
"hw ether [MAC]" parameters.
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