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  1. #1
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    Default bypass by hostname ?

    hi all,

    is there a way to bypass devices by hostname ?
    one of my client has few PC but TONS of wifi (which we dont care if they are scanned by the apps).
    all the PC have ZDA-(NUMBER) as hostname so my idea was to create a bypass rule to bypass everything that is NOT hostname *ZDA* but i cannot find hostname as option on the rules...
    any idea ?

    thx !

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    Bypass is Layer 2 network where there is no knowledge of hostnames (layer 7).
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    The best way to handle this is to use a real wireless solution, such as Unifi WAPs. Then you configure two separate SSIDs, one that serves a bypassed IP range, and the other that doesn't.
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    thx guys!

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    Split the dhcp scope in "wired" and "wi fi", assigning static to wired, then you can manipulate bypass rules by ip address
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