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Is there another way besides arp authorized command on a cisco router to prevent users from setting static IP addresses on their computers and getting access to the network? Essentially, limiting access to the network through a valid DHCP server.

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802.1x authentication I suppose. Other than that, or a very dynamic and clever firewall, no.

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