To effectively manage the computers in the local intranet network, you can bind the MAC address of the computer to the specific local intranet IP address. The other computers can not use the specific IP address. You can use the ARP scan to detect the intranet IPs then select the IP address to bind. You can also manually bind a batch or a single host.
Click “Start scanning” to scan the default intranet network automatically. The default list is IP address dynamically linked to the MAC address. Click “Bind” on the row of each IP address to bind to the MAC address. You can also click “Bind All” to bind all of the IP addresses to the MAC addresses.
You can scan only one C network segment each time to avoiding scanning a large network segment and causing a large consumption of router resources. If you have multiple C network segments on the intranet (which the network mask is not 255.255.255.0) or if there are extended segments on the intranet, you must scan various times.
Only allow bound IP/MAC to pass
After enabling this option, only bind hosts can access the intranet network.
Allow multiple IPs to be bound to one MAC
Enable this option to allow bind one MAC address to multiple IP addresses.
You can bind ARP in batch. The format of each entry is IP MAC note. (IP address, MAC address, and comments) Please separate with spaces, and press “Enter” for each line. Please input less than 128 characters (bytes).
For example, 192.168.44.14 00:0e:0f:1d:1c:eb Bruce Lee