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What Is Network Admission Control?
Common Drivers for NAC
NAC Drivers That Need Answers
Map Functions > Components within Solution Portfolio
Identity and Access Control + Posture
NAC Manager
NAC Server
NAC Server Deployment Mode
User Experience (Agent/Browser)
NAC Agent : Persistent & Web Agents
NAC Appliance Partnerships
NAC with Automated Rulesets for Posture Assessment
Non-PC Endpoint Devices
Basic Device Provisioning
Seamless Device Profiling and Provisioning + Behavior Monitoring
Understanding NAC Profiler Server
Collector Modules and Description
Build Device Inventory in NAC Profiler
Dynamic Provisioning into NAC Manager
Basic Guest Access
Managing the Guest User Lifecycle
Guests Handling in NAC Environment
Guest Handling in Wireless Only Environment
Four Key Components of Guest Access
Guest User Account Detail Delivery
Audit and Reports
Detailed Guest Audit Information
NAC Use Cases
Deploy Inline Behind ASA with Single Sign On (SSO)
Required Format for RADIUS Accounting
Challenge : Same ASA Is Used as Firewall and VPN Server
NAC with ASA Used as Internet Firewall and VPN
Notes and References
Campus : Deployment Types
Deploy as OOB Virtual Gateway for L2 Access
How IP Phones Are Handled?
Deploy as L3 OOB Real IP Gateway for Routed Access
L3 OOB –How to Get Auth Traffic to CAS?
Layer 3 OOB : “Discovery Host” Approach
Two Ways of Setting the “Discovery Host”
Agentless Users (Guests): ACLs Prevent Access in Auth VLAN
Guest Goes to hotspot.xyz.com
Layer 3 OOB : “VRF” Approach
Support for VRF-Lite
How to Get Auth Traffic to the CAS?
Remote Sites
Deployment Options for Remote Sites
Remote Site NAC Server or Network Module (In-Band or OOB)
Central Site Out of Band NAC Server (L3 OOB)
NAC Posture with Traffic Control
Remote Site Summary
Wireless Deployments
NAC Out of Band (OOB) for Wireless
NAC Wireless OOB Design requirements
NAC OOB for Wireless
How the Solution Works ?
Reference Links
Deployment Considerations
Deployment Considerations: Critical
Access to Domain Controllers
Login Script Handling
Use of Agent Stub For Non-admin Users
Use certificates from 3rd Party CA
High Availability Best Practices
Recommended Reading
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BRKSEC-2041 Deploying Cisco Network Admission Control

BRKSEC-2041 Deploying Cisco Network Admission Control

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