[Israel.pm] israel.pm meeting
kfirlavi at actcom.co.il
Wed Apr 13 02:06:27 PDT 2005
1. I have a PCMCIA ethernet card. We can ask the sysadmin to register it with
the DHCP, and then every laptop will be able to gain access with this card.
2. Someone can bring a router from home, and register its MAC with the DHCP
sysadmin. Then all the laptops will gain access to the net thru it.
3. We can use the laptop that is in the room :-P
On Wednesday 13 April 2005 08:34, Roman M. Parparov wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 03:04:45PM +0300, Kfir Lavi wrote:
> > On Tuesday 12 April 2005 10:12, you wrote:
> > > Ok, I checked the room. It is very nice and cozy.
> > > It may hold 20 people easily, 25 are ok, 30 might be a bit crowdy.
> > >
> > > The projector is currently broken but it is expected to be repaired
> > > today or tomorrow.
> > >
> > > The internet is a bigger problem, because the ethernet socket there
> > > only serves (dhcp) the laptops from that building, and even I am not
> > > from that building. It might work out for me though, but other laptops
> > > are out of the question for the internet connection.
> > ok,
> > I know how to crack it in linux. I did it many times.
> > You copy the MAC address of the laptop.
> > Then run the command:
> > ifconfig eth0 hw ether 31:32:33:34:35:36
> > when 31:32:33:34:35:36 is the new MAC address.
> > This works in my laptop, and i guess on most of the laptops (the ethernet
> > driver have to support mac address swapping).
> > I could bring my laptop and ppl can use it for their presentations.
> > kfir
> There will be no cracking, hacking or whichsoever other unauthorized
> attempt of usage of Tel-Aviv University network.
> I thought it was obvious and we are all grown up enough to understand it.
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