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Enthusiast

IBNS 2.0 Whitepaper missing

Hi board,

I'm missing the very detailed IBNS 2.0 Whitepaper on CCO. It was here formerly (http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/ios-nx-os-software/identity-based-networking-services/whitepaper_C11-729965.html) and I reference it all the time because it's very detailed and a good information source.

The whitepaper contained IBNS 2.0 examples including IPv6 dACLs and multiple use cases and very detailed C3PL config explainations. Probably someone knows the paper I'm talking about.

Bad thing it's no longer on CCO?

 

Question 1: Has anybody a local copy of the whitepaper and attach it to this discussion?

Question 2: It there another good source for a complete (not just one use case like WebAuth etc.) IBNS 2.0 / C3PL stuff? I haven't found a good source of truth yet :)

 

Edit: To second that, I cannot find very little C3PL / IBNS 2.0 examples in the correspondig document listing

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/ios-nx-os-software/identity-based-networking-services/white-paper-listing.html

Most of the examples contains "old style" configuration (no policy maps etc.)....

Guys, did I miss something? Is the C3PL stuff gone for good and the new "strategy" is using the old stuff again? I'm confused :)

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Re: IBNS 2.0 Whitepaper missing

Hi,

I don't have a local copy of that document, but this link hopefully covers most of what you want in regard to IBNS 2.0.

 

HTH

 

Enthusiast

Re: IBNS 2.0 Whitepaper missing

Perfect!!! Just scrolled over this document. I guess that convers everything, which was included in the old whitepaper.

I'm still confused why this is not published as an "official" documentation in the corresponding listings ... anyway ...