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Resolved! 802.1x Cisco ISE & Cathalyst

HiI’ve got a curious problem with the authentication of not correct authenticated 802.1x-clients. In the ISE I have select that every failed authentication should be rejected. But the authentication process starts again and again and does not stop. H...

CISCO 1121 5.2

Hi everybody!!!!I  would like to ask about attributes for user. I know that on CISCO ACS  5.2 has attributes for group.  I mean in policy option you can manage  for groups (1 Example). There is a question. Has there the policy  attributes for user (2...

Resolved! Tricky ISE Upgrade

Thanks everyone in advance.Here is my situation.1 Node (Primary) that is version *****************************************************XXX-ISE01/admin# sh versionCisco Application Deployment Engine OS Release: 2.0ADE-OS Build Version: ...

custom ldap attributes on acs

Hi, I'm wondering if the acs can in some way read a custom per-user attribute that the ldap server is sending. As far as I know the attributes are only per-group, because the acs asks the ldap server about certain user id and the server looks for the...

AD user ID on ACS 4.2

Hi, This is in addition to one of my earlier query regarding AD user authentication on WLC through ACS 4.2. Any user who is prompted for user authentication, and the user gives just the ID (for example "m.sohail") or with the domain name (example "my...

Resolved! ACS 5.4 & AD authentication

I have the AD authentication working but something funny is going on. Under Identity it is set to AD1 and I have our security group defined under the active directory directory groups but anyone who has a AD account is able to authenticate. Any ideas...