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SEC0216 - ISE 2.0 TrustSec - Network Device Authentication (Part 3)

This is the first video of a TrustSec mini series on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will look at the first building block of creating a TrustSec domain which is Network Device Admission Control (NDAC). This will also be our first look at the new TrustSec WorkCenter. We will be configuring a seed device and a non-seed device in this lab, and test SGT propagation.
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SEC0216 - ISE 2.0 TrustSec - Network Device Authentication (Part 2)

This is the first video of a TrustSec mini series on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will look at the first building block of creating a TrustSec domain which is Network Device Admission Control (NDAC). This will also be our first look at the new TrustSec WorkCenter. We will be configuring a seed device and a non-seed device in this lab, and test SGT propagation.
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SEC0216 - ISE 2.0 TrustSec - Network Device Authentication (Part 1)

This is the first video of a TrustSec mini series on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will look at the first building block of creating a TrustSec domain which is Network Device Admission Control (NDAC). This will also be our first look at the new TrustSec WorkCenter. We will be configuring a seed device and a non-seed device in this lab, and test SGT propagation.
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SEC0210 - ISE 2.0 3rd Party NAD (Aruba Guest Posture BYOD) (Part 2)

The video continues from the previous video with the configuration of 3rd party Network Access Device (NAD) on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will extend basic 802.1X on Aruba IAP to support Posture Assessment, Guest CWA, and BYOD. 

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SEC0210 - ISE 2.0 3rd Party NAD (Aruba Guest Posture BYOD) (Part 1)

The video continues from the previous video with the configuration of 3rd party Network Access Device (NAD) on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will extend basic 802.1X on Aruba IAP to support Posture Assessment, Guest CWA, and BYOD. 

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SEC0209 - ISE 2.0 3rd Party NAD (Aruba MAB 802.1X) (Part 3)

The video walks you through configuration of 3rd party Network Access Device (NAD) on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will make Aruba IAP work with Cisco ISE on two types of authentication methods: MAB and basic 802.1X. We will review configuration on the Aruba AP required to make it compatible with ISE.

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SEC0209 - ISE 2.0 3rd Party NAD (Aruba MAB 802.1X) (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of 3rd party Network Access Device (NAD) on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will make Aruba IAP work with Cisco ISE on two types of authentication methods: MAB and basic 802.1X. We will review configuration on the Aruba AP required to make it compatible with ISE.

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SEC0209 - ISE 2.0 3rd Party NAD (Aruba MAB 802.1X) (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of 3rd party Network Access Device (NAD) on Cisco ISE 2.0. We will make Aruba IAP work with Cisco ISE on two types of authentication methods: MAB and basic 802.1X. We will review configuration on the Aruba AP required to make it compatible with ISE.

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SEC0208 - ISE 2.0 802.1X Switch Config with Identity Control Policy (Part 2)

The video walks you through 802.1X switch configuration using Cisco Identity Control Policy. We will go over switch general configurations before diving into detail on the structure of Cisco Common Classification Policy Language (C3PL) and perform command conversion from the legacy 'authentication' syntax. We will also look at the concept of Service Template and a support for Per-MAC VLAN Assignment.

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SEC0208 - ISE 2.0 802.1X Switch Config with Identity Control Policy (Part 1)

The video walks you through 802.1X switch configuration using Cisco Identity Control Policy. We will go over switch general configurations before diving into detail on the structure of Cisco Common Classification Policy Language (C3PL) and perform command conversion from the legacy 'authentication' syntax. We will also look at the concept of Service Template and a support for Per-MAC VLAN Assignment.

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