Allowed MAC addresses permit you to configure the Guest Internet unit so that specific computers can bypass the login process.
These computers can be your business computers, or a laptop computer used for network maintenance. The MAC address of your computer will be noted on a label with the FCC ID number. The MAC address is a sequence of six 2-digit alphanumeric codes separated by a colon.
There is no limit to the number of MAC addresses that can be entered. A typical MAC address might look like this: 00:2C:0D:55:A3:1E
Type the MAC address into the table and click the update list button to permit each computer to access the Internet, bypassing the login screen.
The 'apply bandwidth limits' box should be checked if it is desired to apply the firewall rules to the bypassed user.