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I was looking into Cisco ISE solution for deploying NAC.
I have a question about the network topology.
In the user guide documents of cisco ISE, it is written that for Wireless LAN Controllers (WLC) and VPN devices, an additional server, Inline Posture, is needed.
However, in the following integration document, there is not an inline posture between WLC and Cisco ISE server.
I want to know if Inline Posture is a requirement, if not a requirement, what are the benefits of having it between Cisco ISE Server and WLC.
Thanks & Regards
When doing posture assesment, ISE Needs to send information ack to the network device to change parameters, for example vlan change. In switches this is done with CoA, an extention to the radius protocol.
WLC doesnt support CoA as of v7.1.
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Please go through below mentioned links which might be helpful for you.
An Inline Posture node is a gatekeeper that enforces access policies and handles change of authorization (CoA) requests.
following link "Cisco Identity Services Engine Network Component Compatibility, Release 1.2" Lists NAD that support "Session CoA"