« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2016, 09:54:56 AM »
Look for "spoof mac adress". On desktops and laptops it can be done..not sure about mobiles or routers though.
I am confident, a mac adress can never go "pass" your router as it's only used internally. I do not believe a website can "see" or "detect" the mac adress of your computer without software like iesnare.
Once your router makes a connection with another router (and it will, no server for a website will function without) your mac adress will no longer be passed along, but the mac adress of the 2nd router will be.
Nice shematic of this can be found here:https://askleo.com/can_a_mac_address_be_traced/
All in all, I would not worry about a website being able to check or detect your mac adress or your router mac adress if you remove iesnare.