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qualxarnu
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Cisco ISE 3.1 - Recommended alerts for 802.1x and MAB authentication.

Dear Community,

Could you please reccomend which alert messages will be useful in case of 802.1x and MAB authentication and which could be turned on on the Cisco ISE server?
I assume that I should serch some with the RADIUS name, but if all are needed from this group and whether there are some others which chould infomr mainly why particular host cannot authenticate and identify where the host is connected?
I will apreciate for any hints in this topic.

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Arne Bier
VIP Advisor

Hi @qualxarnu 

 

I find it a journey of discovery every time 

 

This is the link from Cisco documentation that lists all the SYSLOG events that ISE can send.

 

So I always do the following in the lab

Use a SYSLOG collector that you like and can use - e.g. Windows tftpd64 - it's easy to install and displays a nice GUI

Configure this collector as a Remote Logging Target in ISE - use UDP/514 to keep it simple.

Then enable ONE ISE Logging event at a time and point that event to your SYSLOG collector - then cause an event (e.g. 802.1X or MAB)

Observe what happens - then disable that event and enable another one.

 

The typical ones I use to monitor success/failure of RADIUS logins is

AAA Audit - Failed Attempts

AAA Audit - Passed Authentications

Accounting - RADIUS Accounting

 

that will give you something to look at.

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Arne Bier
VIP Advisor

Hi @qualxarnu 

 

I find it a journey of discovery every time 

 

This is the link from Cisco documentation that lists all the SYSLOG events that ISE can send.

 

So I always do the following in the lab

Use a SYSLOG collector that you like and can use - e.g. Windows tftpd64 - it's easy to install and displays a nice GUI

Configure this collector as a Remote Logging Target in ISE - use UDP/514 to keep it simple.

Then enable ONE ISE Logging event at a time and point that event to your SYSLOG collector - then cause an event (e.g. 802.1X or MAB)

Observe what happens - then disable that event and enable another one.

 

The typical ones I use to monitor success/failure of RADIUS logins is

AAA Audit - Failed Attempts

AAA Audit - Passed Authentications

Accounting - RADIUS Accounting

 

that will give you something to look at.

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