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Can I create a DHCP scope on ASA to only serve mac address that match a wildcard pattern?

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I want to create a DHCP scope for only a specific brand/type of device. They all have similar mac addresses. Can I create a scope that will only serve mac addresses matching for example  01:01:01:*  ?
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As far as I know this can not be done on the ASA.

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Ok thanks for the info. Thanks!
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