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Each piece of hardware has a Media Access Control (MAC) address that acts an identification code for that piece of hardware. On the RV110W, an user can permit or deny access to specific MAC addresses. This article explains how to configure MAC Filtering on the RV110W.
Step 1. Use the web configuration utility to choose Wireless > Basic Settings.
Step 2. In the Wireless Table, check the checkbox of an SSID in which you want to edit the MAC Filtering settings.
Step 3. Click Edit MAC Filtering.
Step 4. To the right of Wireless MAC Filter, check the Enable checkbox to filter MAC addresses.
Step 5. Under Connection Control, click the Prevent to block the MAC addresses in the MAC Address Table, or click Permit to allow the same MAC addresses to access the wireless network.
Step 6. In the MAC Address Table, enter up to 32 MAC addresses in the numbered fields.
Step 7. Click Save to save changes, Cancel to discard them, or Back to return to the previous page.