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MAC FILTERING
MAC FILTERING
2019-12-07 05:43:08 - last edited 2019-12-19 04:43:31
Model: EAP225-Outdoor  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.6.0 BUILD 20190722 REL. 63596

Hello good day!

 

I am currently using SG1005P as POE switch, oc200 as cloud controller and EAP225OUTDOOR as AP.

 

I set it up with a SSID with Portal authentication, I also want to set another SSID but this time with MAC Filter authentication. How do I do that? I dont have radius server(I dont know what this is) please help. Tried to read some user guides but its different as I dont know where to put the MAC addresses of my device.

 

That's all thank you!

 

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2019-12-07 13:36:05 - last edited 2019-12-19 04:43:31

@Wootie, you can set up a MAC filter in OC200:

 

Add a group in »MAC Filter«, then add »Group Member(s)«:

 

 

 

Next, add a »MAC Filter Association« for the WLAN (SSID) you want to have the EAP apply the filter for either »Deny« or »Allow«:

 

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Re:MAC FILTERING-Solution
2019-12-07 13:36:05 - last edited 2019-12-19 04:43:31

@Wootie, you can set up a MAC filter in OC200:

 

Add a group in »MAC Filter«, then add »Group Member(s)«:

 

 

 

Next, add a »MAC Filter Association« for the WLAN (SSID) you want to have the EAP apply the filter for either »Deny« or »Allow«:

 

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