On Wednesday, June 25, 2003, at 08:11 am, Fred Wright wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Alexandre Gambati wrote:
>> The m0n0wall p12 do Static DHCP mapping. Can i assing MAC adresses
>> specific ip's in order to limit access to network resources? Users
>> mapped MAC adress" will be able to access network resources like i-net
>> connection by manual setting of gateway, dns, etc?
>> There's another way to limit user access by a MAC adress based rule?
>> I'm thinking of it, due the fragility of WEP feature of WLAN.
> You're right to be concerned about WEP, although MAC-based filtering is
> only a marginal improvement since the MAC address is spoofable.
> Trying to
> use DHCP to turn IP filtering into MAC filtering is even less useful,
> since one can always get around that with a static config. Filtering
> within the WiFi driver would make more sense, but I don't know if it
You could try turning off WEP and using m0n0wall's PPTP vpn server.
Perhaps a more secure solution?