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Since ISE gains the most sensor data about an endpoint after it has received its DHCP lease, I need this to occur before I can create a well designed profile for the new device.
What I don't want to do is open up DHCP to any device that plugs into the network.
What I am hoping to do is plug in a new device, choose it from the endpoints list and manually assign an authz policy that will give it DHCP. Once ISE fully profiles the device, then I can use those attributes to build a well designed policy.
Is there a function in ISE to manually assign an authz policy to an endpoint?
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There are a number of ways you can achieve this but just to name a few:
- Prer-defined Identity Group with the list of mac addresses
- Match based on mac OUI
- Match based on NDGs , NAS IP adress , NAS port type and the list goes on...
I am familiar with creating policies to match these objects, I was hoping there was a "manual override" in a sense where I could choose the device from the endpoints list and manually assign the authz policy temporarily.