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DC0034 - ACI ISE TrustSec Integration (Part 3)

The video shows a TrustSec integration between Cisco ISE and ACI via Policy Plane. You will get to see how IP-to-SGT mappings are communicated from ISE to ACI and used to classify traffic entering ACI fabric into L3Out profile. We will perform enforcement using Contract in the ACI domain. The second half of the video covers an ability to perform enforcement in TrustSec domain.
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DC0034 - ACI ISE TrustSec Integration (Part 2)

The video shows a TrustSec integration between Cisco ISE and ACI via Policy Plane. You will get to see how IP-to-SGT mappings are communicated from ISE to ACI and used to classify traffic entering ACI fabric into L3Out profile. We will perform enforcement using Contract in the ACI domain. The second half of the video covers an ability to perform enforcement in TrustSec domain.
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DC0034 - ACI ISE TrustSec Integration (Part 1)

The video shows a TrustSec integration between Cisco ISE and ACI via Policy Plane. You will get to see how IP-to-SGT mappings are communicated from ISE to ACI and used to classify traffic entering ACI fabric into L3Out profile. We will perform enforcement using Contract in the ACI domain. The second half of the video covers an ability to perform enforcement in TrustSec domain.
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DC0019 - ACI AAA with RADIUS and TACACS (Part 4)

The video shows various ways to enable AAA administrator authentication on Cisco ACI. We will cover authentication using local and external databases with the external including RADIUS and TACACS using Cisco ISE as the server. We will look at how user permissions can be assigned at the tenant level as well as object level.
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DC0019 - ACI AAA with RADIUS and TACACS (Part 3)

The video shows various ways to enable AAA administrator authentication on Cisco ACI. We will cover authentication using local and external databases with the external including RADIUS and TACACS using Cisco ISE as the server. We will look at how user permissions can be assigned at the tenant level as well as object level.
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DC0019 - ACI AAA with RADIUS and TACACS (Part 2)

The video shows various ways to enable AAA administrator authentication on Cisco ACI. We will cover authentication using local and external databases with the external including RADIUS and TACACS using Cisco ISE as the server. We will look at how user permissions can be assigned at the tenant level as well as object level.
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DC0019 - ACI AAA with RADIUS and TACACS (Part 1)

The video shows various ways to enable AAA administrator authentication on Cisco ACI. We will cover authentication using local and external databases with the external including RADIUS and TACACS using Cisco ISE as the server. We will look at how user permissions can be assigned at the tenant level as well as object level.
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RS0134 - SDA Device Admin (Part 2)

The video shows configuration of device administration functionalities on Cisco DNAC. First part of the lab deals with DNAC user roles of local and external RADIUS users. The second half gets into TACACS+ configuration on DNAC managed devices. We will use Cisco ISE as our AAA server for both RADIUS and TACACS+. 
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RS0134 - SDA Device Admin (Part 1)

The video shows configuration of device administration functionalities on Cisco DNAC. First part of the lab deals with DNAC user roles of local and external RADIUS users. The second half gets into TACACS+ configuration on DNAC managed devices. We will use Cisco ISE as our AAA server for both RADIUS and TACACS+. 
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RS0129 - SDA Wireless Guest (Part 3)

The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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