MAC filtering is known to fail on some systems. WPA2 is great security so why not do it the Cnet Networking Forum way?
I just reset my router to factory settings, and reconfigured it for WPA2-AES encryption with MAC filtering.
I have successfully connected one laptop and my Droid, but my second laptop wont acquire an ip address. It did connect just fine before I reset the router. I double checked the password and the mac address and both are correct. Both laptops are running XP, and as far as I can tell both laptops are configured identically, but the one wont connect.
Any help is greatly appreciated!