Is there a chance that Ubuntu is changing Wifi and Ethernet MAC Addesses? Win10+Ubuntu 16.04 Dual boot

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I`m studying in a place where the Network Rules are giving permission only for PCs with MAC addresses registered in a whitelist of MAC addresses.
I have a PC with Win10 and Ubuntu 16.04 on dualboot and my ethernet/wireless card MAC addresses are whitelisted on this Network firewall.
The issue is that in Win 10 I can connect normally on the network, but when I boot in Ubuntu, it seems like I`m blocked by this MAC address restriction.
I saw that windows WOL – Windows`s Wake On Lan thing, but it seems ok.
When I connect Ubuntu on another wireless or wired network, it seems ok also.
Can anyone give me a help? I`m quite new on Ubuntu so anything would be a great help.

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