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cyb3r_dan

Not really. When you connect to a network, your wireless client requests a private IP address. A private IP address is then leased to your client in the available host range from a DHCP server or daemon. This process involves back and forth communication via ARP. You can see this entire process in wireshark. You could change your MAC address tho to masquerade as whatever device you want though. Regardless, an IP address and a MAC is gonna show