first sorry for my poor english ....
I would know if winroute can protect some static ip adress from being assigned manually ?
I try to explain:
i'm trying a trial version of winroute 6 on a little school wich plan to buy licence if it work.
let's assume the network are on 10.x.x.x
Winroute firewall server is on 10.0.1.1 Printer on .2 - .5 AP wifi on .10
each are manually static ip adressed. and some teacher have static ip from 11-20 .
For student DHCP winroute assign .50-.100
All work perfectly BUT ...
you know student .... with laptop when a teacher shut down computer student assign himself IP adresse statictly on laptop ex: 10.0.1.12
and have full access to internet local network etc.....
I know using accounting AD security and user password but this is a small private school and do not have real server (only an XP pro running winroute ...)and teacher ar not able to put a simple user and password (it's stupid i know) but director would like this work like before with simple old d-link router.
old D-LINK router have a very nice and easy option on it's DHCP server (static ip reservation per mac adress)
so when teacher shutdown his computer ex: 10.0.1.12 can not be assigned manually per a student or anybody else. it's rejectetd by router and have access to nothing if static ip is not on MAC adresse registered in DLINK DHCP protection.
Is this possible with winroute or i need a external software for protect static IP ?
i'm very sorry for my english and i hope you understand what i try to explain
thanks for your help
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