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RE: block internet at two workstations
From: "Tim Laureska" <hometeam () goeaston net>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2003 21:21:59 -0400

I called Netgear and they said that feature is not available in any of
their routers... I couldn't find any reference to deny rules or
filtering IPs or MAC addresses in the documentation either

From: tombin [mailto:tomb1n () attbi com] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2003 9:11 AM
To: Tim Laureska
Subject: Re: block internet at two workstations

Those netgear cable sharing routers, have the ability to block MAC 
addresses. Just add the 2 machine's MAC addresses into the firewall 
rules to deny. Check the help file located on the router for a better 
description of how to do this.

Tim Laureska wrote:

I'm working with a small (10 user network) with a netgear FVS318
firewall, accessing the internet via cable modem.. The client wants to
block internet access at two workstations.  I don't see anything
available within the firewall documentation/configuration that would
address this.  What is the best and easiest way to do this ...easy and
best may be a contradiction :-)



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