Hardware: MX64 I'm working on a project to restrict access with help of a splash page and I'm still in the testing phase. Therefor I have configured a splash page on a specific VLAN in: Security & SD-WAN > Access control > Sign-on with my RADIUS server and this seems to work so far but I need to take it further and for testing purposes I need to undo access given to a account/IP address that signed in through the splash page. How do I this? I've tried disabling/re-enabling the splash page for that VLAN but that doesn't make a difference because when I access that particular VLAN now, I'm always granted access now because I successfully signed in earlier. edit: According to the official documentation, revocation should be available on Network-wide > Monitor > Clients but my setup is a bit different than most of the documentation I read. I'm requesting a web page from a PC on the internet from a web server residing on the local lan of the MX64 through port forwarding with a reverse proxy in between. The route is followed: PC on internet > MX64 port forward to > reverse proxy with splash page on its vlan > web server with its own vlan. Since the PC is not on the local MX64 LAN and thus not on the client list, I'm unable to revoke and I was wondering if the PC not being on the local posed a problem, but I later found out the proxy is the splash page client and not the PC. However, the revoke button wasn't there on the Meraki client page of the proxy (see screenshot). I've called support and they said that they've seen this before and it's a known issue. Support asked me to disable VLANS temporarily to see if the revoke button still not shows. If that's the case, than they'll escalate it to the dev. team. I now need to find a good moment to disable VLANS (obviously not during production hours).
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