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Nov
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comment How does Bind IP to MAC work?
If you read carefully the DrayTek documentation you will know that it is not about DHCP reservation, but instead it is to do with ARP just like other vendors. I do not understand what makes you think DrayTek is any different from other vendors that you keep wanting to go back to vendor specific discussion. Anyway, I will rest my case. Thanks.
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comment How does Bind IP to MAC work?
I have already explained that binding IP to MAC is not exclusive to DrayTek routers. Care to explain why you insist otherwise before making a sweeping statement?
Nov
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comment How does Bind IP to MAC work?
I'm sorry but it is not specific to draytek. A lot of routers have this function if you can just google. I specifically do not want DHCP reservation. Question (2) is a real question, as if you are right, then the answer would be the client will not query for an IP and other clients will (not) be able to reach it at the bound IP. Please write that as an answer. Thanks.
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comment How does Bind IP to MAC work?
I am not asking how to configure it on DrayTek. I am asking a generic question for the sequence of events that happens when the client is connected. Please do not read the long story if it confuses you.
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comment Force mapped drive to ask for credential per log on session
Have not tried yet, but according to what I remember, you cannot have 2 drives mapping to the same path. It will complain something along "path is already mapped"?
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comment Force mapped drive to ask for credential per log on session
I believe there is already 2-way trust (eliminating the need for 2 accounts) but it will still require an ACL entry for the folders, which it doesn't have at the moment. Besides, this is an uncontrollable situation, can't change anything on the remote file system. My question is also more on discovering whether this option is possible than to solve the root of the actual problem.
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comment Force mapped drive to ask for credential per log on session
@NathanC Please see my edit. Thanks.