This guide describes the express process for configuring Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) with a Cisco Wireless Controller to provide Guest Access. Using the steps in this guide, you can set up guest access for your users in approximately two hours.
Some aspects of this guide can be used for a WLC or ISE that has already been set up. This guide’s flow requires you to have a physical controller that has been reset (no config) and ISE web UI available so that we may step you through basic setup in the correct order.
This guide is most helpful for those that have bought the ISE Express License (an inexpensive license for WLC/ISE), but maybe used by anyone that wants to configure the ISE and WLC from a clean install.
There are two types of portals supported by this guide:
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We are reviewing an ISE deployment.
ISE is trying to authenticate a user with a MAC address.
There is no DB server like Active Directory here.
Collecting the MAC addresses of numerous users is cumbersome.
Any good ideas?
We are trying to control devices through MAC authentication in ISE.
Endpoint Identity Group
ISE does not use user identity, onl...