0 : Disable IEEE 802.1X authentication operation. 1 : Prevent transmission of EAPOL start and EAPOL log off packets under all scenarios. 2 : Include learning to determine when to initiate the transmission of EAPOL packets. AWindows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)-based computer will only send an EAPOL start frame if the computer receives an EAP request identity frame and if no internal process is currently ongoing. 3 : Compliant with IEEE 802.1X authentication specification.
0 : Use the default Windows XP authentication 1 : Always perform user authentication when a user logs on 2 : Perform computer authentication only
Hi,Good day I was trying to set-up Cisco ESA C390 in one our data center but I'm having issues establishing connections to external and public mail servers. Below is the error when I tested SMTP ping via CLI: Starting SMTP test of host alt1.gmai...
Hi All I would like to know if the firepower 4100 setup in Active-Passive, so if the uplink switch in VSS, combine 2x 40G uplink to the Firepower pair. QuesionFirepower Active-Passive setup, what would the real time interface bandwidth would be ...