it is possible to allow only certain MAC addresses to connect to the port. However are there any commands which can EXCLUDE some particular MAC address, (without having to follow the above approach of defining all the allowed MAC addresses) ?
Rossua, I have to agree with Ankur..in this case your best bet is port security, I am not aware of a way to exclude some mac address in port security. In this case the MAC access list woul be for non-ip traffic,
e.g. bridging would be an example of applying the mac acl.
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