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chrwei

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Before I go spending time reconfig'ing everything with the new EAP/raduis auth features, is there a way to restrict that to only trusted devices somehow? I don't want users logging in with their personal devices on the private network, and that's managed somewhat effectively with WPA2 pre-shared, but only because users tend to be too lazy to extract the key from the device config. a better way to manage this would be awesome.

if it matters, I have UniFi APs.
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ICT and Me

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Chris, are you using in the Unifi Controller different SSID's based on VLANs?
If so you can create in Control of course a VLAN interface and put on the VLAN MAC filtering. I have done that at a customer where centralized MAC filtering was needed. To ensure on the approved device could work on the WiFi.
And they didn't had UBNT devices.

I have here UBNT AP's and understand what you need.
But my advice is to use VLAN/SSID and centralize MAC filtering.
I guess the approved devices are the company owned devices so MAC should be a problem.

[Updated on: Fri, 06 February 2015 09:15]


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chrwei

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correct, the approved devices are company owned and users do not have local admin. I'm currently using 2 vlans, using UBNT's captive portal for the guest wifi and a basic linux router, so seems like best plan is to go in stages: first keep current wifi layout but use Control's guest lan features, then move to MAC filtering and EAP.
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