Download this little file – Circle works by doing what is called arp spoofing or arp poisoning. If you have a router with circle built-in, this method will not work. The most commented thing on my video is that it doesn’t work. That is likely due to having the wrong MAC address. You need the LAN MAC address and some routers only show the WAN MAC on the sticker. I’ve created a second video to show how to easily find the right MAC address you need to use.
COMMAND – “netsh -c interface ipv4 add neighbors “interface name” “router IP” “router MAC” store=persistent”
e.g. netsh -c interface ipv4 add neighbors “Wi-Fi” “192.168.11.1” “00-21-f2-0c-99-90” store=persistent
HOW TO EASILY FIND THE ROUTER MAC
HOW TO BYPASS CIRCLE