Feb. 14 CCP briefing: ISE Integration & Compatibility with Third Party Network Devices
February 14, 2016
ISE Integration & Compatibility with Third Party Network Devices
This session will cover ISE integration with 3rd party Network Access Devices (NADs). ISE 2.0 introduced extensive 3rd party NAD support via RADIUS and ISE 2.1 introduced support for 3rd party NAD via SNMP which will be covered during the session.
After attending the session, you’ll gain knowledge on how ISE integrates with 3rd party NAD for advanced ISE functions including Central Web-Auth, Profiling, BYOD, Posture Compliance, and TrustSec.
You'll need to join the Enterprise Networks Customer Connection program (CCP) before you register for the briefing. Registration for CCP is quick and easy to do. After you register, navigate to the Enterprise Networks track and you'll be able to sign up to attend the session.
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