I am not sure what you mean by external MAC address but the MAC addresses for the router are not configurable.
December 28th, 2004, 06:58 PM
i have it there is tab
MAC address clone
Wireless Network Access
on thoes 2 is only where you can config mac or do anything with it hope it helps
December 28th, 2004, 08:32 PM
The only thing you can do with the MAC address of the router is to clone it with another one. The only real use this has is for connections that have ISPs that may do connection-per-MAC or if your router is daisy-chained to another router that has MAC address rulesets or whatever it is...
That's about it though...you can't change it, but you can clone it and hence, when the router sends out packets to the connection's it's hanging off of, it'll have that MAC in its place instead of the original actual address.
December 30th, 2004, 02:18 AM
tHx st1mpy and Vorlin... I was just researching this to help me make a decision to buy or not to buy. I bought this other old speedstream router that you couldn't clone with, and the ISP I want to be on has MAC authentication.