How to Block the unknow MAC Address

Imran Tahir Lv4Posted 17 Nov 2022 19:33

How to Block the Unknow MAC Adresses through Group Policy.

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You can use through the Authentication policy.
1    Go to Authetication System > Authentication > Policy click Enable user authentication

2    Click on Add, after that configure the authentication policy
3    After doing the above 2 steps, the authenticated user will automatically added to the default group (you can choose to add to other group). Go to Authentication System > Local Users > Users, if the user in Users is identified as a local user, the user who is not in Users will be recognized as a new user when next time access to Internet.

4    After users completes the authentication and after binding relation exist in Users, then modify the New User Option to No authentication for new users.

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rivsy Lv4Posted 18 Nov 2022 08:50
  
Last edited by rivsy 18 Nov 2022 08:51.

There is another way for unknown MAC address blocking which is by making a policy with authentication. You can set it thru the "Authentication" tab, in there select and add the specific local group then bind the MAC and IP address upon log-on so that the unknown mac address will be block automatically.
Newbie517762 Lv3Posted 18 Nov 2022 10:10
  
HiHi,

Pls find below for Configure users to bind IP or MAC address and set users who need to bind IP/MAC address in order to access the Internet.

NGAF IP & MAC address binding configuration:
jetjetd Lv5Posted 18 Nov 2022 11:06
  
You can use through the Authentication policy.
1    Go to Authetication System > Authentication > Policy click Enable user authentication

2    Click on Add, after that configure the authentication policy
3    After doing the above 2 steps, the authenticated user will automatically added to the default group (you can choose to add to other group). Go to Authentication System > Local Users > Users, if the user in Users is identified as a local user, the user who is not in Users will be recognized as a new user when next time access to Internet.

4    After users completes the authentication and after binding relation exist in Users, then modify the New User Option to No authentication for new users.

authentication policy

authentication policy

auth policy

auth policy
sumran Lv2Posted 18 Nov 2022 13:29
  
By deploying the firewall and make a policy as to block the unknown mac address
damulagski Lv2Posted 20 Nov 2022 22:27
  
Create a policy and enter the specific Mac you want to block
soneosansan Lv2Posted 20 Nov 2022 22:31
  
you must deploy the policy that can block unknown mac
nobitachou Lv2Posted 20 Nov 2022 22:40
  
You can use through the Authentication policy.
1    Go to Authetication System > Authentication > Policy click Enable user authentication

2    Click on Add, after that configure the authentication policy
3    After doing the above 2 steps, the authenticated user will automatically added to the default group (you can choose to add to other group). Go to Authentication System > Local Users > Users, if the user in Users is identified as a local user, the user who is not in Users will be recognized as a new user when next time access to Internet.

4    After users completes the authentication and after binding relation exist in Users, then modify the New User Option to No authentication for new users.
Naomi Lv3Posted 21 Nov 2022 09:45
  
Go to authentication and make a policy that blocks the specific Mac Address
Happpy Lv2Posted 21 Nov 2022 10:02
  
You just to create a policy and specify the Mac address you want to block.

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