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bypass specific IP from being processed by Hotspot rules

Posted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 8:46 am
by ZamNam
Hello Friends

I asked a while back about a way to allow specific ip address from being authenticated by the hotspot using the firewall rules and i was successful in that using filter rules and nat but now i am facing a different scenario which is that if i used ip bindings to block that Ip, i get no access

so now my question is , is there a way to completely bypass that ip address from being processed by the hotspot rules, so no matter what, it still gets through from the router .

The network rules that are in place are in the attachment files

Thank you

Re: bypass specific IP from being processed by Hotspot rules

Posted: Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:33 pm
by sjwrick
We use /ip hotspot ip-binding to have direct access to some ns2 aps on the hotspot network.

ip hotspot ip-binding print detail
Flags: X - disabled, P - bypassed, B - blocked
0 P mac-address=00:15:6D:F4:91:1F address=10.5.56.160 server=RoseMeadow_HS type=bypassed

Rick

Re: bypass specific IP from being processed by Hotspot rules

Posted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:29 am
by ZamNam
We use /ip hotspot ip-binding to have direct access to some ns2 aps on the hotspot network.

ip hotspot ip-binding print detail
Flags: X - disabled, P - bypassed, B - blocked
0 P mac-address=00:15:6D:F4:91:1F address=10.5.56.160 server=RoseMeadow_HS type=bypassed

Rick
Thank you for the reply

I know i could do it with the ip-binding bypass but my question is, is there a way to avoid processing packets from this ip address by the hotspot ?