I'm interested by the router Cisco RV180 or RV180W.
So as to increase security, i would like to set a MAC adress access restriction for all peripherals that would be connected to the router (10 computers, 2 servers, 6 Synology NAS) : only allowed MAC adress should access to the internet and network ressources.
Does the Cisco RV180 or RV180W have an IP to Mac biding feature and a Mac adress restriction feature ?
If yes, how many peripherals/computers can be set ?
For example, only 30 mac/IP adress can be allowed on my actual router and it is not enough.
David, you can also use binding as a anti spoofing feature....a given IP MUST be associated with the given MAC address. It's not just used for mapping a MAC to a port....otherwise, why have VLAN capability on a router?
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