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The maximum number of wi-fi clients on D-LINK TD-8101G and making some restriction to wi-fi clients.

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Hello,

1. How many clients can be connected to D-linkg TD-8101G?
2. How to restrict clients that wants to join to wi-fi network?
2.1 Is it possible to restrict connection to wi-fi by MAC-addresses and deny the access if the MAC address do not suit to the specified list?
2.1.1 Is it possible to add more that 8 clients?
3. How to look up through the list of currently connected wi-fi clients?
4. Why mozilla doesn't connect to gmail, saying that https is not available through wi-fi.
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I assume you are asking about TP-Link TD-8101G

1. 24 clients supported as per their website
2. It supports access control based on MAC address, IP address, domain name or application
2.1 You can try by incrementing IP/MAC Filter set index
3. Status-Device info
4. Make sure Date/Time correct in modem as well as in PC. Post screenshot for more info

Manual : http://www.tp-link.sg/resources/software/201161015411219.pdf
Latest Firmware : http://www.tp-link.com/en/support/download/?model=TD-W8101G&version=V3
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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1. I want to allow access to wi-fi only for a given set of MAC addresses?
Is it possible?

2. Do I do right?

#      Active      Src Address/Mask      Dest IP/Mask       Src Port      Dest Port      Protocol      Unmatched
1      Yes      00:21:91:87:35:6b               -                     -            -            -            Forward
2      Yes      00:21:91:87:38:0d               -                     -             -            -            Next


3. What is the difference between forward and next in unmatched?

4. Is it possible to restrict even possibility of connection to wi-fi? Because otherwise there will be 24 illegal clients that have connected even (if they can't use it they still take place and normal client won't be able to connect?)
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