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MAC Filtering

Every Ethernet adapter in a network, including wireless network adapter, is programmed with a unique "Serial Number" known as a MAC address. MAC Filtering allows you to control access to your network by allowing specific MAC addresses to connect to your network. Basically, if the MAC address is in your list of "allowed" MAC addresses, then it will be able to connect to your network. This method of security can prevent unauthorized users to access your network via wired or wireless connections.
Item Setting
MAC address control : Enabled
Connection control : Wireless and Wired clients with C checked can connect to this device; and unspecified MAC address to connect.
Association control : Wireless clients with A checked can associate to the Wireless LAN; and unspecified MAC address to associate.

ID MAC Address C A
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2 - - - - -
3 - - - - -
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