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Last update: 2021-10-15

Import trusted MAC addresses

You can import a CSV file containing trusted MAC addresses.

  1. Go to Intrusion prevention > DoS & spoof protection.
  2. Scroll to Spoof protection trusted MAC and click Import.
  3. Click Browse and select the CSV file.
    The file must meet the following requirements:

    • The first row of the CSV file must be the header row.
    • The first row must contain MAC address, IP association, and IP address.
    • MAC address and IP association are required fields.
    • IP association must be static, DHCP, DHCPv6, or none.
    • For static IP association, you must specify an IP address. Use a comma to separate addresses. For no IP association or DHCP IP association, an IP address is not required.

    Note

    The firewall discards entries that contain an invalid MAC address, IP association, or IP address.

    CSV file

    MAC address,    IP association, IP address
    22:33:22:33:22:33   Static     2001::23, 2001::24
    22:33:22:33:22:33   Static     10.102.12.3, 10.102.12.4
    12:23:34:12:34:45   DHCP
    23:34:21:34:21:67   DHCPv6
    67:54:56:67:23:12   None
    22:22:22:22:22:33   Static      1.2.3.4, 2.3.4.5
    33:22:22:12:22:13   Static      13.23.3.34, 12.13.14.15
    
  4. Click Upload file.

Specify the spoof protection settings to control traffic based on trusted MAC addresses and IP–MAC pairs.

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