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We used this request on Monitoring API to get the session active list: https://<ISEhost>/admin/API/mnt/Session/ActiveList Generally, we get about 11K active endpoints or MAC addresses from this active list. However, if we go to the Cisco ISE UI dashb...


Hello all, I have enabled DHCP Snooping with " ip verify source port-security" and it works without problem, but the issue is that the entries in the binding tables are not removed after a PC is disconnected so if a laptop user moves from a port to a...

javi1988 by Beginner
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I am currently configuring a simple 802.1x POC on a nexus 9K switch. The supplicant is a windows 10 and the Authentication Server is a Win Server 2016 running AD and NPS. I have everything working with another cisco L2/L3 switch but cannot get this w...

netspazz by Beginner
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Hi All,a while ago I had to install a new ISE to handle clients that used another SSID with another certificate because the ISE could only use one certificate EAP-TLS for authentication. I need to add another SSID with another certificate now. Does a...

jphilp by Beginner
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Hello everybody,we use 802.1x to authenticate our telephones and also the devices that are connected to the telephones. (Notebooks, PCs and so on)The problem is, if I unplug the end device, the session remains authenticated and I can no longer use th...

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