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How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

When using mac authentication, the wireless client still can connected to AP even it didn't pass mac authentication.

Is there any way to automatic disconnect clients whe it failed the mac authenticaion?

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Guru Elite

Re: How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

Are you using encryption?  What kind of authentication are you using with mac auth?


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Re: How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

WPA2-PSK

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Re: How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

Is this controller-based, or instant?

 


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Re: How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

Controller-based.

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Guru Elite

Re: How to automatic disconnect Clients which MAC Auth Failed?

Unfortunately no, since the user will always get dropped into the initial role. You could use an initial role that denies DHCP, but some devices will still stay associated. 

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