Cisco VPN Client applies same mac to all clients
- FOG Version: 1.3.5
- OS: Ubuntu 16.04
- Service Version:
So this isnt a FOG problem per say. It is more of a Cisco issue.
We use the Cisco AnyConnect Client (Going away with new firewalls) and what this client does it apply a MAC to any VPN connection. The stupid part is it applies the same MAC to all VPN connections:
This is a problem as this has started to happen:
Is there a way to ignore or blacklist a certain MAC address for the whole FOG system? I cant be the first person to find this. If so I do pride myself on making the lives of others harder.
@Psycholiquid I don’t mind, I use VMWare myself :)
@Tom-Elliott Yep, I do enjoy that there are ? beside each thing explaining it. You guys do a great job of making it easier to understand.
But the VMWare… I want the VMWare. Do you be hating on my VMWare LOL
@Psycholiquid You might enjoy it more in that you can do “partial” mac filtering there too.
Meaning you don’t need to do the whole mac address, you could do: 00:05:9a only.
This is a comma separated list for what it’s worth too, you aren’t just limited to filtering a single mac.
@Tom-Elliott See that is why your the man, and I am the one asking questions.
Yes there is a way to filter.
FOG Configuration Page->FOG Settings->FOG Client -