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vin.marco
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Dot1x or TrustSec

Hello guys
I wanted to ask yourself task.
I need to connect two networks, both in the network are connected to the host with Linux.

Some Host must check through RDP, some or all of the network Host B, and these have to be authorized through the credential.
Do you think the dot1x may be the solution? better to use the TrustSec?

I can implement on the routed ports?

Thank you

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Philip D'Ath
Advisor

Dot1x is about authenticating what can plug into your network.  It has been around a while.  You only need a switch/router and a RADIUS server to make it work.  Having said that you can push access-lists/vlans with suitable hardware to control what that port can talk to.

TrustSec is more about looking at entire flows, rather than where someone plugs into the network.  You must deploy Cisco ISE to use it.  It is a lot more powerful.

RDP requires users to authenticate anyway.  Perhaps a simple ASA firewall between the two networks would be enough.

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