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Accessed 19 February Artman, Jason. We have a router at the moment Belkin and have exceeded the 50 entries limitation, for restricting machines to the router.
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Any idea what the limit is with the WNR before I waste my money? Cheers, Alan.
Message 1 of 4. I can't answer your question, however, there are a couple of things you need to consider Second - MAC filtering does not provide any significant degree of security - if it were the only security in use I could get past it in less time than it took to post this.
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If you're using some sort of encryption and you're happy with the performance of your Belkin - disable the MAC filtering and continue using it, if not, rather than "upgrade" to another consumer product, get yourself some sort of business grade access point, preferably one that supports Give a man a fish, feed him for a day Teach a man to fish, feed him for life. Message 2 of 4. Fordem - thanks for your reply, but can anyone answer the question?
We do not use MAC filtering for security as such, that would as you say be stupid!