What are the STA blacklist and whitelist specifications of WLAN devices

For V200R003:
- STA blacklist/whitelist configured for APs:
a. The AC6005 can be configured with a maximum of 256 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
b. The AC6605 can be configured with a maximum of 512 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
c. A Fat AP can be configured with a maximum of 16 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
- STA blacklist/whitelist configured for VAPs:
a. An AC can be configured with a maximum of 128 STA blacklist/whitelist profiles, and each profile supports a maximum of 512 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
b. A Fat AP can be configured with a maximum of 16 STA blacklist/whitelist profiles, and each profile supports a maximum of 256 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
For V200R005:
- STA blacklist/whitelist configured for APs:
a. The AC6005 can be configured with a maximum of 256 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
b. The AC6605 can be configured with a maximum of 512 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
c. The ACU2 can be configured with a maximum of 1024 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
d. A Fat AP can be configured with a maximum of 16 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
- STA blacklist/whitelist configured for VAPs:
a. An AC can be configured with a maximum of 128 STA blacklist/whitelist profiles, and each profile supports a maximum of 512 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
b. A Fat AP can be configured with a maximum of 16 STA blacklist/whitelist profiles, and each profile supports a maximum of 256 STA MAC addresses in the STA blacklist/whitelist.
Note: When the number of STAs exceeds the maximum value supported in a whitelist, STA access control can be performed by associating with the authentication server. MAC address authentication is recommended.

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