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Hi, I'm brand new to BT Internet, just taking delivery of my shiny new BT Homehub 3 on Friday 4th Jan, and have managed to get most things set up again to my liking, apart from the MAC address lockout for wireless connections.
On my previous service, I was able to enhance the security of my home LAN by allowing only known, 'friendly' MAC addresses access via my wireless hub (that's in addition to WPA-PSK encryption). There appears to be no setting for this in the homehub. Can anyone point me in the right direction, or is it just not allowed?
Also, I have a couple of specific tools I use for work that require me to access IP addresses in the range 192.168.1.1-6 through a VPN to the corporate LAN. With my previous setup, I could 'block out' those addresses on my LAN so that no other devices could use them . I see that the default range on the homehub starts at 65. What happens to the addresses before that?