I have Cisco AP4410N access point in my network and want to configure MAC Address Filtering but the said AP support only 20MAC to configure on the Database of the AP. Please advice is any other way for the support of more MAC Address configuration on the AP 4410N.
20 MAC addresses is the maximum number that can be added to the WAP4410 and there is not a way to add more MAC addresses. I would look to the other devices on the network for this type of filtering. If the AP is connected to a router or switch you should be able to use their databases for the overflow. You may have to create two rules:
1. To allow only the list of specified MAC addresses
2. To deny ALL
Be sure to take a backup configuration of all devices before attempted and ACL changes. Hope this helps.
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