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MAC filtering a CISCO PIX 501

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Running a small ISP in Iraq for my unit with a PIX V6.2 at the head end.  I am trying to run a MAC filter for internal security and cannot seem to get this right.  Using the PDM, I had previously used a AAA rule, as MAC exempt, however, I do not believe this to be the case for allowing traffic to pass. What is the CLI command to enable and set up MAC tables?  Thank you
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you cannot filter traffic by mac-address on the PIX
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