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What does MAC filtering do? If needed, when would you use deny filtering rules and when would you use allow filtering rules? What happens to devices that want to connect, if the “Allow the stations specified by any enabled entries in the list to access” function is enabled but there are no entries in the list?


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Mac Filtering do use deny filtering rules and when would you use allow filtering rules.

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You must access your network router to enable or disable MAC filtering in Windows 10. In most cases, it is your home wireless router. MAC filtering is usually found in the settings under Advanced Settings, Security, Access Control, or something similar to these.

All other traffic is blocked by firewall rules. These firewall filtering rules are known as Access Control Lists, or ACLs. The firewall scans all incoming and outgoing network traffic and compares it to the rules you’ve set up. Then it determines whether the traffic should be permitted or denied.

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