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Re: Deny client from obtaining IP address
From: chris () learnsecurityonline com
Date: 27 Jul 2006 23:49:07 -0000

you can deny a specific computer from receiving an IP address with the DNS settings in windows 2000 and  2003 based on 
its MAC address.  You can also assign IP's to specific computers in those settings as well.  step by steps should be 
easy to find in any current MS DNS book.

Additionally you could deny connectivity to a certain client computer at the router/switch level.  i know you can do it 
with Foundry and Cisco products.  

Since you question is a little vague that's the best answer i can give you.

Chris Gates, CISSP

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