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A MAC Access Control List (ACL) is a list of source MAC addresses. If a packet is coming from a wireless to a LAN port or vice versa, this device will check if the source MAC address of the packet matches any entry in this list and use the match result to pass or drop this packet. However, packets from LAN to LAN port will not be checked.
This article describes how to configure MAC based ACL on WET200 Wireless-G Business Ethernet Bridge.
• WET200 Wireless-G Business Ethernet Bridge
Configuration of MAC based ACL
Step 1. Using the Configuration Utility of WET200, choose Switch > MAC based ACL which opens the MAC based ACL page.
Step 2. Choose one of the following from the drop-down menu of Access List Type.
• Disabled–This will disable all access list functions.
• Accept–Choosing this option will allow only those packets that match an entry on the list. All other packets will be dropped.
• Block–Packets that match an entry on the list will be dropped and all others are passed.
Step 3. To apply the changed settings, click Apply Global Setting button, or to revert the changes, click Cancel.