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Old 9th August 2012
daemonfowl daemonfowl is offline
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Default allowing named machines only to connect via router

Hi everybody !

Something is wrong with a router : it never conserves its wpa/wpa2 settings .. undesirable clients connect ....... Maybe because it's pretty old a router (most recent firmware upgrade dates back to 2008 :-) )

What does OpenBSD as a firewall offer me to allow some named machines to connect while disallowing all the rest ?

Any help or guidance is welcome ..
Thank you very much !!
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