I'm after some advice. I have a customer whose current setup is as follows:-
SBS 2003 - DHCP hands out IPs on 192.168.0.x range
Watchguard firewall with Watchguard AP200's attached.
NetGear GS748TPS Switches
The Wi-Fi is centrally managed from the Watchguard firewall. 2 SSIDs exist - STAFF and STUDENTS. STUDENTS is open to anyone with the correct WPA/WPA2 key. STAFF also has a WPA/WPA2 key, but also has MAC address filtering in place.
Is it possible to configure the remainder of the wired network for MAC address filtering so that if the MAC address is on an allowed list, it's get's its IP from the SBS server, and if it's NOT on the allowed list, it get's its IP from the Watchguard Firewall (or at least is denied access to the main network)?
If so, I'd like some instruction on how to configure this.