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RS0101 - Prime 3.1 Device Configuration (AP) (Part 3)

The video walks you through Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 ability to configure Cisco wireless access point. We will look at configuring the AP individually as well as make mass changes using templates on both autonomous and lightweight APs. Other related AP operations such as AP replacement, and migration from Autonomous to Lightweight will also be demonstrated.
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RS0101 - Prime 3.1 Device Configuration (AP) (Part 2)

The video walks you through Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 ability to configure Cisco wireless access point. We will look at configuring the AP individually as well as make mass changes using templates on both autonomous and lightweight APs. Other related AP operations such as AP replacement, and migration from Autonomous to Lightweight will also be demonstrated.
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RS0101 - Prime 3.1 Device Configuration (AP) (Part 1)

The video walks you through Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 ability to configure Cisco wireless access point. We will look at configuring the AP individually as well as make mass changes using templates on both autonomous and lightweight APs. Other related AP operations such as AP replacement, and migration from Autonomous to Lightweight will also be demonstrated.
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RS0094 - Prime 3.1 Switchport Trace (Part 2)

The video explains and demonstrates how a rogue wireless device can be detected on the network by Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 using Switchport Trace feature. We will look at both auto and manual Switchport Trace to look for a rouge wireless client connected to a test Aruba AP. We will also perform switchport shutdown from Prime. 
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RS0094 - Prime 3.1 Switchport Trace (Part 1)

The video explains and demonstrates how a rogue wireless device can be detected on the network by Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 using Switchport Trace feature. We will look at both auto and manual Switchport Trace to look for a rouge wireless client connected to a test Aruba AP. We will also perform switchport shutdown from Prime. 
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SEC0211 - ISE 2.0 Location Based Authorization (Part 2)

The video shows you how to leverage device location information from Cisco MSE as part of authorization on Cisco ISE 2.0. With existing setup of Cisco Prime Infrastructure and MSE, we will perform integration with ISE and configure ISE to track a device movement and allow network access accordingly.

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SEC0211 - ISE 2.0 Location Based Authorization (Part 1)

The video shows you how to leverage device location information from Cisco MSE as part of authorization on Cisco ISE 2.0. With existing setup of Cisco Prime Infrastructure and MSE, we will perform integration with ISE and configure ISE to track a device movement and allow network access accordingly.

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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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