We have a printer connected to 3548XL workgroup switch which I want to be only contactable by only 2 MAC address's (ie two different hosts both connected the same afore mentioned switch). Currently any computer on the network can print to this printer, which is not ideal.
What are my options, without having to create a VLAN to 'secure' this host. Does this actual switch (3548XL-EN IOS ver 12.0(5) WC3) facilitate MAC security/Port security in my context, can it do MAC table restricted static entries?
You can use the port security feature. Set the max mac address for the port to 2. The first two mac addresses it learns will be the only ones that can access that interface. The port can be set to shutdown or deny access upon a violoation. If the switch resets the mac addressses for the interface will be cleared. To avoid this you could probably statically define them for the interface.
The two mac addresses will not be able to connect on any other interface in that VLAN.
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