How to stop MAC Address via IPTables

-A INPUT -i eth1 -m mac ?mac 00:BB:77:22:33:AA -j ACCEPT
edit the /etc/sysconfig/iptables file and try to work whit this: -A INPUT -i (interface) -m mac (mac address) -j ACCEPT/DROP

By: 0disse0
2010-01-31 15:34:31

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Of course this could also be used to tell a firewall to only NAT traffic from specific MACs. Imagine if you put a wireless access point on it's own subnet and physical port, and controlled access in this fashion.
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