I was watching several L2 attacks like:
MAC flooding attacks/CAM table overflow
ARP Spoofing/PoisoningOther Security Subjects,
DHCP Server Spoofing
MAC address spoofing
Some of them can be mitigated with por example Port security others by DHCP snooping, etc
The question is with 802.1x wich of those attacks are mitigated? and which of them you need other security feature to prevent it.
There was a good presentation on L2 Attacks have a look :
802.1x supplicant help you, is this big network and do you ISE kind of tool to identify and put the port in disabled if any attacks will occur. ?
that does not answer my doubt.
I want to know if I enable 802.1x which of those attacks I am mitigating (besides all the benefits of 802.1x).
Could you or anyone elaborate that answer?
For example I am not sure if enabling dot1x I am mitigatin ARP attacks, I think I should configure DAI besides dot1x.