I am using ping command to test my website which is running on a local server at the moment.
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How can I spoof source ip address while making a ping request from windows command prompt?
If you just want to change your local network address (e.g., change from 192.168.1.69 to 192.168.1.70) then you can set a different static IP address in the Windows "Network and Sharing Center". The exact steps depend on what version of Windows you are using, but should be available on google.
If you want to spoof your actual Internet IP address you may have to find and proxy server, log into that proxy server, and then ping from that machine.
Depends on what you mean spoof and what you mean IP.
If you want to be a specific IP4 or IP6 it may not be possible. Such as you pretending to come from Google's IP. But if you just want to test various IPs against a security firewall that's different.
You can generally find VPN like hidemyass.com to use their IP. Some are anonymous, others not so much. Some offer services like different countries or cities, some are pay some are not. Some record activity some not.
If you want to spoof an IP on an intranet then it is just a matter of changing the ip within the modem adapter.
If by spoofing your address you mean "I have address
A and want to pretend that my request comes from address
B" then you must be aware that the reply from the system will go to address
B (and be discarded).
In other words, while there are some possibilities to spoof an address, this is always a one-way trip: you will not get an answer to your request.