So you don't want to keep a list of your known clients, ok.
Wouldn't be simpler to define a range within your subnet for "blacklist" (drop any to/from) and
assign assign one of those IP to the MAC you want to blackout ?
PS: m0n0wall is cutting-edge but it still not work with AI (Artificial Intelligence) and will
therefore not understand your XML word games...
> On Sun, Jun 15, 2008 at 8:53 PM, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Ok, I tried this.
> It didn't blow up dhcp, that's the good news :-)
> I started with adding a bogus ip (valid ip, though from a total different
> subnet) as static mapping to my mac address in the config.xml and uploaded
> it again.
> Result: m0n0wall assigned the client simply an ip from inside its dhcp range
> and ignores the static mapping.
> Then I tried to do the same with the ip 127.0.0.1 in the static mapping
> Result: same as above.
> Then I checked "Deny unknown clients" in the dhcp server config.
> This writes an entry in the xml named <denyunknown/>
> I tried to change it in the config to <denyknown/> (you never know :-) but
> this also didn't prevent my laptop from getting an ip out of the dhcp range.
> So basicly, I could not prevent the client from getting an ip.
> If anyone knows a way to do this it would be nice to know.
> Kind regards,
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