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 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)
Author: .daniel.schrock 
Date:   17-12-02 05:26

unfortunately, the only real way to do that is unplug the machine you want to block... MAC addresses can be changed rather easily...

you could set up a dhcp server and distribute a bad gateway, but that could be easily bypassed as well...

if this is still regarding the gambling roommate, I would seriously look into a proxy... put the proxy on a system that has access and give it another nic on another subnet... don't nat that subnet. the system that gets 'blocked' has an address on that new subnet and only has access to the proxy itself... then filter as much as you want...

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 ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
Isaac 17-12-02 03:51 
 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
.daniel.schrock 17-12-02 05:26 
 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
Isaac 17-12-02 16:31 
 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
.daniel.schrock 17-12-02 18:30 
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.daniel.schrock 17-12-02 18:37 
 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
Dan Larsson 26-12-02 14:48 
 Re: ipfw (MAC addresses)   new
Isaac 08-01-03 05:28 

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