I have a WRVS4400N configured with 2 VLANs: (a) with internal (server, printer, etc) and internet access, and (b) with internet-only access. I have seperate encrypted wireless for each. For (a), I also have connection control configured, requiring the MAC address to be registered to allow wireless access.
Is there a way to enforce "Connection Control" for the wired LAN ports as well? Only registered devices should be allowed to connect to the ports. The router is connected to a switch which is connected to LAN ports located throughout the office. I want to prevent someone from plugged into a port and having access to the network wihtout authorization.
Thanks for your thorough response. At this point, I don't want to get into radius authentication. I was hoping there's another simple (perhaps MAC-based, as with the WLAN) authentication method for the hardware I have. It's good to know that's not possible, before I spend more time trying to figure it out. Again, I appreciate your response to my post!
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