Does adding MACs to the whitelist blacklist all others?



  • I have an interface with some blacklisted MAC addresses

    Vendor A is blacklisted
    Vendor B is blacklisted

    I then have a second DHCP pool, on that
    Vendor B is whitelisted

    Do I need to put Vendor A on the blacklist for that second pool as well or does using the whitelist automatically block them?
    If not, what would I have to do on that second pool to make it only assign based on what's in the whitelist?


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    If you specify an allow MAC, all others are denied.

    If you specify a deny MAC, all others are allowed.



  • @jimp:

    If you specify an allow MAC, all others are denied.

    If you specify a deny MAC, all others are allowed.

    Excellent, thanks.  That's exactly what I was hoping was the case.


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