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how to avoid bypass of m4c address f1lterng

Posted on 2012-04-13
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HI Experts,

I'm using DD-WRT router, with WEP2 and Mac Address f1ltering enabled for QoS. Some of my students are able to byp4ss it by copying a mac. I can see from the LAN status that some are duplicates

How do I avoid this on DD-WRT?
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Unfortunately there's no way to stop MAC Spoofing.  

The only thing you can do is switch to a WPA or WPA2  (as WEP has been hacked) and then make sure you keep it a secret.
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Hi ged325, thanks for the suggestion appreciate it
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