I have an RVS 4000 that is issuing multiple IP addresses to a single device that have 00:00:00:00:00 as a MAC address. All my IP addresses are being eaten by this device. Can I exclude the IP issuance for a device with MAC = 00:00:00:00:00? Thanks.
Yes, you could exclude the MAC from the DHCP pool and you could also block all incoming frames from that mac address.
But a 00:00:00.... mac address is normally related to a faulty port or a poorly configured VM nework adapter. The best approach is to track the frame source and fix the root issue, just filtering it from the DHCP server is not the best solution.
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