Access Control - Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router

 

Registered Devices
 
Note These steps apply to devices that are currently connected or have been previously connected to the network.
  1. Access the router configuration tool.
    For assistance with accessing the router configuration page, refer to .
  2. Click Connected Devices (on the left).
  3. From the Block Devices menu (at the top), ensure the Turn On Access Control radio button is checked and adjust as desired then click Apply.
    To turn off Access Control, ensure the button is unchecked.
    • To allow all new devices to connect, ensure the corresponding radio button is checked.
    • To block all new devices from connecting, ensure the corresponding radio button is checked.
    • To allow or block devices that are currently connected, ensure the devices are checked then click Allow or Block.
    • To remove devices not currently connected from the allowed list, click View list of allowed devices not currently connected to the network and select the device(s) then click Delete.
    • To add devices not currently connected to the blocked list, click View list of blocked devices not currently connected to the network and select the device(s) then click Delete.

 

 

Media Access Control (MAC) level

Note Follow these instructions to manually control network access for specific devices.
  1. Access the router configuration tool then click Customize my Wi-Fi Settings (upper-right corner).
    For assistance with accessing the router configuration page, refer to .
  2. From the Advanced Wi-Fi Settings tab, click Set Up Access List (lower-right corner).
  3. Ensure the Turn Access Control On box is checked and adjust as desired then click Apply.
    • To add a device,
      1. Click Add.
      2. Enter the device name and then click Add.
    • To edit an entry
      1. Ensure the device is selected then click Edit.
      2. Edit then click Accept.
    • To delete an entry, ensure the device is selected then click Delete.

 

 

MAC address - Windows 

Note Follow these instructions to manually determine what the MAC Address is.
  1. Click on the Start icon located in the lower-left corner of the computer screen.
  2. Type cmd in the Search programs and files box.
    This will bring up the command prompt.
  3. Type ipconfig /all into the command prompt.
  4. Refer to the Physical Address, which is the MAC Address.

 

 

MAC address - Mac OS X

Note Follow these instructions to manually determine what the MAC Address is.

  1. From the dock at the bottom of the screen, navigate to: System Preferences > Network > Ethernet.
  2. Click Advanced.
  3. Click Hardware.
    Note The MAC Address is displayed as shown below.
    MAC Address

 

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