However, I've been unable to change the wireless mac address on my device (TL-WR741ND v2.0)
I tried editing the /etc/config/wireless file and changing the following line with the desired mac address on the 'config wifi-device 'radio0' section:
option macaddr '74:ea:xx:xx:xx:xx'
This results in loss of wireless connectivity on every attempt, and I cannot connect to any wireless network afterwards, and unfortunately, I have not seen any other references on how to spoof your mac address on the Gargoyle Wiki, or the entire internet for that matter.
I noticed that I can change the MAC address on the wired interface through the web administration, however, that option goes away as soon as I select the 'Wireless' option.
Is this feature not currently supported by the Gargoyle firmware? If so, why isn't it supported? I've tried dd-wrt on this device and this feature worked just fine, I'm going to assume that OpenWRT supports it as well, it seems odd that Gargoyle can't support such a basic feature.
Why isn't this mentioned on the Wiki/FAQ, or anywhere on the Internet?