What is MAC filtering?

April 23, 2009


You’ve been asked to configure a wireless access point for use on the company network. As part of your overall security policy, you’ve been asked to enable MAC filtering as part of the configuration. What is MAC filtering?

A) Access to the wireless network is filtered on the hardware address of a workstation

B) The Service Set Identifier (SSID) is filtered from the visible wireless network traffic

C) Automatic IP addressing is filtered and removed from the access point services

D) The default username and password is filtered to restrict remote access to the wireless access point

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