Question: How do I configure MAC-based authentication on Aruba?
Product and Software: This article applies to ArubaOS 3.x and later.
A. Configure a MAC Authentication Profile
* Using the WebUI
Details about the configurable parameters:
Delimiter used in the MAC string:
The case (upper or lower) used in the MAC string.
Max Authentication Failures
Number of times a station can fail to authenticate before it is blacklisted. A value of 0 disables blacklisting.
* Using the CLI
aaa authentication mac <profile>
B. Configure Clients in the Internal Database
In enable mode, issue the following command:
local-userdb add username <macaddr> password <macaddr>...
C. Map this MAC authentication profile into the respective aaa profile.
aaa profile <profile name>authentication-mac <profile name>
Can anybody help me, i need to get list of MAC Addresses added in "MAC Authentication" list.
I tried searching but did not found specific O/P.
Would this then only allow the user with that MAC address you entered to access the Wi-Fi.
basically I want to block everyone connecting to a WiFi, unless they provide me with their MAC address before hand so I can add it to the allowed list and allow them to connect.
i don't want the wrong people accessing my network through overhearing the password.
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