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Could you please tell me the command that was introduced for the L2 redirection on IOS-XE? I am changing VLANs for guest clients there is no SVI for the guests in this network. The clients L3 interface in a firewall outside of the network.
Does anyone know why it's necessary to enable the web server for the redirect to work? We want to use redirection in ISE for a quarantine function and be able to redirect user to a "splash page" informing them that their PC is quarantined. However, enabling the web server on the switch is raising security concerns and I am not sure why we need to enable it when we don't use the internal web server. Does it act as a proxy? Anyway to get the re-direction to work without enabling HTTP?
Edit. The following commands makes the switch not allow any sessions, so at least it will prevent unauthorized logins.
ip http secure-active-session-modules none
ip http active-session-modules none