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SEC0112 - ISE 1.2 Wireless 802.1X Authorization with FlexConnect (Part 2)

The video looks into Cisco ISE 1.2 wireless 802.1X authentication with FlexConnect AP. We will configure wireless AP and SSID to operate in central switching and local switching and compare authorization capability on ISE between the two modes. Since local switching mode does not support DACL, we will be configuring FlexConnect ACL and FlexConnect group and use dynamic VLAN assignment to place a wireless user on a VLAN with appropriate ACL.

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SEC0112 - ISE 1.2 Wireless 802.1X Authorization with FlexConnect (Part 1)

The video looks into Cisco ISE 1.2 wireless 802.1X authentication with FlexConnect AP. We will configure wireless AP and SSID to operate in central switching and local switching and compare authorization capability on ISE between the two modes. Since local switching mode does not support DACL, we will be configuring FlexConnect ACL and FlexConnect group and use dynamic VLAN assignment to place a wireless user on a VLAN with appropriate ACL.

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SEC0110 - ISE 1.2 Endpoint Protection Service (EPS) (Part 2)

The video demonstrates the use of Endpoint Protection Service (EPS) on Cisco ISE 1.2 to quarantine undesired endpoints. Unlike manually removing an endpoint from the network by shutting down port and the endpoint can potentially be moved to a different port to regain access, although ISE also allow you to exactly this by issuing a port-shutdown CoA, placing host MAC address or IP into EPS quarantine ensures the endpoint remains denied from the network regardless of its point to attachment. A policy can be created to block endpoint traffic by ACL or/and placing them into a unusable VLAN.

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SEC0110 - ISE 1.2 Endpoint Protection Service (EPS) (Part 1)

The video demonstrates the use of Endpoint Protection Service (EPS) on Cisco ISE 1.2 to quarantine undesired endpoints. Unlike manually removing an endpoint from the network by shutting down port and the endpoint can potentially be moved to a different port to regain access, although ISE also allow you to exactly this by issuing a port-shutdown CoA, placing host MAC address or IP into EPS quarantine ensures the endpoint remains denied from the network regardless of its point to attachment. A policy can be created to block endpoint traffic by ACL or/and placing them into a unusable VLAN.

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Cisco ACS 5.4 Video Guide to Installation, Configuration, and Deployment

Cisco Secure Access Control System (ACS) has been around for a number of years since version 3.x and 4.x, and is one of the most popular products in the market for network Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) server in enterprise network due to its variety of supported features and robustness. This is true for the two commonly used protocols; RADIUS, used in network access security, whether it is VPN, wired or wireless 802.1X access, and TACACS+, used in network device administration.

This article serves as a guide to your journey of learning and configuring Cisco Secure Access Control System. We will guide you through how you can best utilize the videos that have been made available on our website to maximize your learning experience.

SEC0107 - ISE 1.1 to 1.2 Upgrade (Part 2)

The video takes you through an upgrade procedure from Cisco ISE 1.1 to 1.2. We will go over some upgrade considerations and pre-requisites and also make sure you are aware of any caveats. Our lab starts with a functioning ISE 1.1 setup, and we will make comparison to the system after being upgraded to ISE 1.2. Although this lab video is for a standalone system, a lot of our discussions and demonstration here also apply to a distributed deployment.

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SEC0107 - ISE 1.1 to 1.2 Upgrade (Part 1)

The video takes you through an upgrade procedure from Cisco ISE 1.1 to 1.2. We will go over some upgrade considerations and pre-requisites and also make sure you are aware of any caveats. Our lab starts with a functioning ISE 1.1 setup, and we will make comparison to the system after being upgraded to ISE 1.2. Although this lab video is for a standalone system, a lot of our discussions and demonstration here also apply to a distributed deployment.

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SEC0095 - ACS 5.4 Wireless 802.1X PEAP EAP-TLS with Machine Authentication (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure wireless 802.1X on Cisco ACS 5.4 using PEAP and EAP-TLS. We will perform both machine and user authentications, and enforce successful machine authentication using Machine Access Restriction (MAR). We will introduces MAR Cache distribution, which is a feature introduced in ACS 5.4. For authentication, we will attempt both using AD login credential (PEAP) and client-based certificate (EAP-TLS).
Part 2 of the video contains authentication testing on our Windows 7 test computer.
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SEC0094 - ACS 5.4 Wireless 802.1X PEAP EAP-TLS with Machine Authentication (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure wireless 802.1X on Cisco ACS 5.4 using PEAP and EAP-TLS. We will perform both machine and user authentications, and enforce successful machine authentication using Machine Access Restriction (MAR). We will introduces MAR Cache distribution, which is a feature introduced in ACS 5.4. For authentication, we will attempt both using AD login credential (PEAP) and client-based certificate (EAP-TLS).

Part 1 of the video focuses on configuration on the ACS.

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SEC0093 - ACS 5.4 Wired 802.1X PEAP EAP-TLS with Machine Authentication (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure wired 802.1X on Cisco ACS 5.4 using PEAP and EAP-TLS. We will perform both machine and user authentications, and enforce successful machine authentication using Machine Access Restriction (MAR). We will introduces MAR Cache distribution, which is a feature introduced in ACS 5.4. For authentication, we will attempt both using AD login credential (PEAP) and client-based certificate (EAP-TLS).
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