MAC Filtering on a Cisco 2960

I am trying to block internet access from a specific mac address on the network with our Cisco 2960.  Ideally I'd like to only block access to f0/2, as this is where the firewall (Cisco ASA 5505) is connected.  I have tried:

mac address-table static bc30.5ba5.4812 vlan 20 interface fastEthernet 0/2

This command unfortunately blocks all traffic to the unit.  Also tried:

mac access-list extended BlockInternet
 deny   host bc30.5ba5.4812 any
 deny   any host bc30.5ba5.4812
 permit any any

On the f0/2 interface i applied:

 mac access-group BlockInternet in

This doesn't seem to work either.

Suggestions?
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RailroadAuthor Commented:
Well I gave up.  Switched to using an IP based ACL.  Not as clean, as it requires an reservation in DHCP, but on well.
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