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_aDi_

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Hi everyone Smile

How to create "white list" with mac adress or create rule to deny not autorized host
That is possible ??


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moro666

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what you asking for is one of our old wishes that never come true!!

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winkelman

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You can't filter based on MAC address in KWF.

A way around this would be to reserve fixed IP addresses in KWF's DHCP server for certain MAC addresses and then filter/block based on that IP address. Achieves the same end-result.

One downside would be that users might give their PC a fixed (manual) IP address that is not filtered/blocked. However, you could force your PC's to use the DHCP by disallowing your users to change their IP settings (for example, not let them be local Administrators).

All this is not ideal, true, but the only option you've got in KWF.
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While typing the above, I remember I have some computers blocked from accessing the Internet by having a URL rule that denies all ('*') URL's that is active for certain host names. Also works. (You could of course create a rule do to anything, not just block all access.)

Again: only works 100% if you can guarantee users can't change the computer's name.
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