Question about HP MSM710 MOBILITY CONTROLLER (J9325AABA) Firewall
If you do not want to use mac authentication - are you using an AP that supports VLANs? If so - then create an SSID tagged to a VLAN, with WPA security - and have these PS2 type of devices connect to that SSID - then create a VSC with that VLAN as ingress, and disable authentication.
If that is not an option, then your login web server can detect the UserAgent of the device, and do a NOC based login - this is subject to spoofing of UserAgent (but MAC is also subject to spoofing).
Finally, you could disable authentication, and use Tools/Trace to capture the packets that the Xbox uses, and whitelist in the ACL those ports, then re-enable authentication. I suspect the Xbox also uses port 80 (http) and if so, this method defeats the entire login page redirection.
So mac authentication really is the best method. We operate / manage / installed over 2000 of these type of devices, perhaps we can help you with your project.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
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