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    I have windows server 2003 running a dhcp server therein..


    With approximately 50 users... we intend to deploy mac address filtering ..

    kindly guide me on the procedures of doing this, the scripts,etc

    thx

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    Re: Mac Address Filtering- DHCP

    Originally posted by pope View Post
    I have windows server 2003 running a dhcp server therein..


    With approximately 50 users... we intend to deploy mac address filtering ..

    kindly guide me on the procedures of doing this, the scripts,etc

    thx
    There is this wonderful tool out there called Google. Enter words to make a sentence and it will search the internet for you. Lo and behold the top answer was one specifically from this site:

    http://www.petri.com/filter-mac-addr...allout-dll.htm

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    • #3
      Re: Mac Address Filtering- DHCP

      thanks..the wonderful tool called google enabled me to install and test mac address filtering..

      now i want to disable it before informing all wireless users.

      how do i go about this..i.e removing mac address filtering for sometime.

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      • #4
        Re: Mac Address Filtering- DHCP

        See post #2, possibly?
        Tom Jones
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        • #5
          Re: Mac Address Filtering- DHCP

          http://blogs.technet.com/b/teamdhcp/...filtering.aspx

          Both the dll (MacFilterCallout.dll) and the Setup document (SetupDHCPMacFilter.rtf) are copied on to %SystemRoot%\system32 folder after installation.
          From the manual edit the registry key:
          CalloutEnabled
          1 = DHCP Server loads callout.dlls (Value 0 means DHCP Server does not load callout dlls)
          Marcel
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