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Samaya

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Hi all,

In my workplace we have multiple VLAN's and matching wireless networks. Owner Network, Guest Network, Employee Network.
Each network has bandwidth limits; Owner 60%, Guest 30%, Employee 10%.
The problem i have is employees getting their hands on the wifi passwords for the owner or guest networks and connecting devices to networks they shouldn't be.
I was considering MAC address filtering?? If i create users in kerio for example "Employee 1" and get them to supply me a list of all their device MAC's. Maybe add all the EMPLOYEE USERS to an EMPLOYEE GROUP, then block that group somehow from accessing internet via any other VLAN than the EMPLOYEE network.
The problem i have is it's reliant on employees handing over their MAC addresses to be added to the white/black list. I cannot ask owners and guests for their MAC addresses so if an employee were to purchase a new wireless device and it wasn't added to the white/black list it would have the same user rights as an unlisted owner/guest device.

I'm sorry if that is a confusing post, it makes sense in my head! I would be interested to hear if anyone has had similar situation or any guru's that can suggest a solution.
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