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How do enable mac filtering on uverse 3801HGV? My firmware is 6.9.1.42-plus.tm

How do enable mac filtering on uverse 3801HGV? My firmware is 6.9.1.42-plus.tm

 

I don't see an option when I can selectively block some computers accessing the router. Please help.

 

Thanks

How do enable mac filtering on uverse 3801HGV? My firmware is 6.9.1.42-plus.tm

 

I don't see an option when I can selectively block some computers accessing the router. Please help.

 

Thanks

How do enable mac filtering on uverse 3801HGV? My firmware is 6.9.1.42-plus.tm

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sdharmas -
This is the link to the page with - MAC filtering - edit blocked allowed list - http://192.168.1.254/xslt?PAGE=C_2_1
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This is the link to the page with - MAC filtering - edit blocked allowed list - http://192.168.1.254/xslt?PAGE=C_2_1
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Thanks, noticed that this is for wireless. Is there an option to block wired devices? For example, if someone plugged in a laptop to one of the ethernet ports, can I block their access? 

Thanks, noticed that this is for wireless. Is there an option to block wired devices? For example, if someone plugged in a laptop to one of the ethernet ports, can I block their access? 

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sdharmas - I have only seen security for wireless. I believe this is because wireless travels beyond your control & wired does not.
sdharmas - I have only seen security for wireless. I believe this is because wireless travels beyond your control & wired does not.
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If you allow someone in your home with unsupervised access to you RG, you have a bigger issue than mac filtering.
Secure the RG in a locked cabinet if will make you feel safer. Will decrease wireless signal, but if trying to prevent unauthorized access, turn wireless off as well.
If you allow someone in your home with unsupervised access to you RG, you have a bigger issue than mac filtering.
Secure the RG in a locked cabinet if will make you feel safer. Will decrease wireless signal, but if trying to prevent unauthorized access, turn wireless off as well.
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