I'm very new to the Meraki ecosystem but I tried to search and cannot find an answer.
There's probably multiple ways, but how do I configure my MX-64 to use a MAC address table that I set to allow connectivity to clients under this firewall/router? I want an unknown device to be blocked from my meraki network unless I specified its MAC address in settings. So basically, block every client/device unless whitelisted. This question is in reference to a wired network. Firmware MX 13.23
As of now, no real MAC filtering in the MX line. I think there is some on the MS lineup...at least last time I checked.
Configure your default firewall policy to block.
Create a group policy that overrides the firewall policy and allows traffic,
Then to allow a particular client (which is based on layer 2 MAC address by default) click on the client and assign your group policy from above.
Phillips got it sorted!
Will it also work for vpn clients? trying to remotely connect to my net. I am looking to add an extra layer of authentication.
I haven't played much with restricting VPN clients. One of the issue with VPN clients is you can't apply a restriction until they have connected once.