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Thanks but this doesn't help. It doesn't explain the other MAC address page, and in fact the text at teh bottom of this page appears to contradict reality.
I have MAC filtering "always on" on this page but no devices in the filter list. If it were to operate as I read it, nothing would be allowed to connect, yet everything does connect...so what's really happening here.
As for the "other" page:
I have that set to "Allow", with devices in the "connected " list and some of them in the MAC list. All of them are still connected to my network, so what's going on here? A Manual would help. There are no help screens in the Hub 3 it seems...unlike the Hub 2.
Sorry to hear that you have been having issues with MAC filtering, I can see that you have made a similar post, was the manual able to help? Unfortunately we do not have any other documents besides what was offered by @gary_dexter
Yes the manual helped even though it's for a cousin of the Hub 3. It says that in one page you can set MAC addresses to be either a white list or a black list whereas the other page is more for setting times to disallow, mainly for parental control.
However, it doesn't explain why devices not on my white list can still connect. This feature worked well on the Hub 2 but I'm still not sure that it works on the Hub 3.
I'm not finished yet so I'll let you know my findings.