I am starting my journey with Umbrella and despite all the marketing hype, this is not the easiest thing you'll ever configure.
So far I have installed a bunch of Umbrella Roaming Clients on Windows 10 laptops and applied some basic policies to block unwanted content. And installed the Umbrella Root cert on those machines.
Today I wanted to integrate my Cisco 9800-CL wireless controller running IOS-XE 17.03 - so I followed the Umbrella link to do so, but it's not very instructive - it has not been updated since AireOS days.
When I followed the rest of the instructions, the CLI tells me that the platform is not supported. But I could not find any reference to whether or not the 9800-CL was supported. Does anyone know if I need the "umbrella in / umbrella out" commands?
9800CL-01(config-if)#umbrella in direct-cloud-access default
% Umbrella interface config not allowed on this platform
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