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Anyone know the CLI commands for blocking a single MAC address from Associating to an AIR-AP1230 running 12.3(8)?
You can have MAC address authentication
This link may help as well:
Change the Action to Block, make the Default Action Forward All, and make the mask 0.0.0.0. Apply this to the dotllradio interface (or sub-interface), filtering inbound packets. This should block the specified MAC address only.
I was looking for the CLI commands.
Commands are as follows to block MAC address abcd.ef01.2345:
access-list 750 deny abcd.ef01.2345 0000.0000.0000
access-list 750 permit 0000.0000.0000 ffff.ffff.ffff
Then on the dot11radio interface or sub-interface, apply the access list:
bridge-group 255 input-address-list 750
The bridge-group number is arbitrary here and corresponds to the interfaces you've created.