On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 11:57:53 -0400, Ziekke <ziekke at ziekke dot net> wrote:
> I appreciate your response, but I dont think it was quite what I was looking
> What I want to do is have my DHCP server open to anyone who wishes to use it (it
> is a wireless interface), but specify a range IP address that is only usable by
> certain MAC IDs.
> I do not wish to deny unknown clients from my DHCP server, I want to deny
> everyone but a specific MAC access to an IP address.
It's not possible in the webGUI, but you can use static ARP in a
<shellcmd> parameter in your config.xml. (google 'shellcmd
site:m0n0.ch' to find info on using that)
arp -s 10.1.1.3 00:60:97:B9:3B:B5
to assign that MAC address to IP 10.1.1.3.
You can put that in on a temporary basis to test using /exec.php on
your m0n0wall. This setting will be lost at reboot unless you put it
But that's easy to get around if you know what you're doing by
changing the MAC address on your NIC to the permitted one. Many
Windows drivers have this built into the NIC GUI. And the MAC address
of another system on the LAN is easy to come by (ping IP, run 'arp