I need to block all MAC addresses that start with d0:0d (dude!) from the DHCP server on the DD-WRT. What is the easiest way to accomplish this? I tried using the information above to do this:
Maybe this should have been:
I tried the first one and the DD-WRT exploded. The config looked correct but the dhcp/dns from DNSMasq crashed and I couldn't fix it. I had to do a reset and reconfigure everything on the network (tons of work because of forwards/etc.)
I'm trying to avoid grenading the box again. What is the easiest way to accomplish this? I'm comfortable with Linux environments if I have to ssh in to get the job done.
Thanks for this amazing resource. This has been terribly useful for me.
Well, if DNSMasq does not work, the router is still available for telnet/ssh and you could do DNSMasq configuration with vi or nano and start DNSMasq again from command prompt. You may need to set a static IP if you don't get a lease. _________________ 2 times RT-AC56U running 33772 with entware-ng, Yamon 3 (SFE disabled).
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