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    Stopping clients access dhcp when connected via wireless.

    Got hp 420 AP units and want to stop clients accessing windows server 2003 dhcp service so that they have to have static IP address.

    At moment not radius server but hope to get that sorted at some point but until mean time anyideas?

    Russ

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    can you block ports on the AP's?

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    You appear to be able to filter arp on them.

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