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SEC0271 - ISE 2.2 Device Profiling and Probing (Part 2)

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The video introduces you to the concept of device profiling and probing on Cisco ISE 2.2. We will start by going through different type of probes, and how devices get profiled with Profiling policies. We will also cover the latest type of probe; AD probe, how to increase profiling accuracy and number of profiled devices with manual NMAP scan, and custom profiling policy creation.
Part 2 of this video covers how to perform non-intrusive profiling
  • Profiling
  • Probing
  • Network Devices
  • External Identity Source (AD Integration)
  • AD Probe
  • Custom Profiling Policy

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Metha Cheiwanichakorn, CCIE#23585 (RS, Sec, SP), is a Cisco networking enthusiast with years of experience in the industry. He is currently working as a consulting engineer for a Cisco partner. As a founder of and an instructor at, Metha enjoys learning and challenges himself with new Cisco technologies.


Hello Sir, Question at 19:49.
DHCP server is Isn't the IP helper should point to this IP address? Why we removed it and used the IP of the PSN node/ISE in this case?

The DHCP server is actually the switch and not win2012. We temporarily pointed DHCP helper to win2012 so we can see a copy of DHCP packet, then we removed it when we were done

Oh thanks, I though it was something different. But All good ! Thanks Sir / Meta / Admin :)

Hello, question regarding SNMP Query probe. I have 1 HP PC and 1 Dell Laptop. HP is configured with dot1x authentication and authenticated successfully. Dell`s port is not configured with authentication just port security. In endpoint section of profiler in ISE i could not see the Dell Laptop. I thought I would see it with snmp query probe. Another interesting point is that I see HP PC but with source as SNMP query. Shoudn`t it be Radius Probe? For ISE detecting device with SNMP query what are the requirements other than community string configured in switch?

I have added another switch to my network and another DELL laptop with no authentication configured. Switch configurations are same. Now ISE profiled this new laptop without authentication and with SNMP Query. What can be reason for profiling some devices and others not.

Not sure why it would work on one switch but not the other. A more reliable way is to use DHCP probe with the helper address. You probably also want to configure SNMP trap to be sent to ISE for MAC address Add/Move/Delete. At the end, it is better to have multiple probe works together in case one does not work.

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