A 'whitelist' allows authenticated clients to reach a server/service not allowed to
the typical member of that WLAN. To insure clients can always access your WLAN,
you need to provide them with the PSK for your PSK WLANs, or userid/password
for 802.1x or HotSpot, or Guest Pass if using Guest Access, etc. There is no "always
allow client MAC" to authenticate, type of feature. Not even for Administrators.
WIPs prevents hackers from running thru a program of trial/error PSK, userid/pws.
Normal users, and guests you provide authentication info to, should not be blocked for