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Help: I see red MAC Addresses

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by mealto, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. mealto

    mealto LI Guru Member

    I am running an older Wireless B Linksys router behind a WRT54GL. Wireless B has DHCP disabled and static IP has been set on this unit. Reason for running B router is that one old G adapter cannot do WAP so still need to run Wireless B on WEP behind the WRT54GL.

    I have setup, at least what I thought I have setup, MAC filtering so that only the 1 MAC address can connect to the Wireless B router. Just logged in today to see that I see 1 green mac address, the one I had allowed. But I also see 3 MAC addresses that are not part of my own LAN. They are all in red inside the Wireless Active MAC Table on the wireless B router.

    Has there been a breach? Or does the red colour indicate there was an attempt but was denied?

    A little worried now.
     
  2. C_A_S_E

    C_A_S_E Guest

    Hi !

    I'm having the same problem. Did you ever get a reply to your question ?

    Thanks,
    worried too
     

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