djhurt1 Newbie ✭
In MAC filtering for access points, there is naturally an allow list and deny list. What is the expected behavior of enabling the MAC filter, adding no MAC to allow or deny list? The reason I ask is because ideally I'd like to deny all unless they're in the allow list. I can't test this on our current system right now due to another on-going support case.
Category: High End Firewalls
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Hi @djhurt1 ,
They both say "regardless" of each other. So which one takes precedence? We shouldn't be trying to put a MAC in both but when that list starts to get large enough, I could see that happening. Is the most restrictive wins situation?
in the CFS, yes "most restrictive wins." but I dont know in the ACL.
Just so you know, I've had no luck making this work. My AP's are in a single VAP and using an AP Profile. I can only think the exclusion options are in there for those who are not, ie. single AP no VAP.. I'd like to exclude a few MAC's from specific AP's but it just ignores this setting.
Ticket open for a couple weeks now. You can see my post in the wireless forum here