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How do you block a specific mac address from joining an SSID via a Cisco WLC?
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MAC filtering isn't what you want if you only want to block a specific MAC address.  You would have to specifically allow ALL MAC addresses that you want to allow, then the MAC you want to deny would be blocked.

You can use manual MAC filters in Security -> AAA -> Disabled Clients -> Manual Disable to stop a particular MAC address from connecting to any SSID, but you can't do it on a per-SSID basis.
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Thank you very much.
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