Just a quick one,
with regards to creating a secure zone/VLAN off of a core network, is it worthy, possilbly to implement something useful in terms of authentication on a VLAN utilising 802.1X that isnt going to be messy?
For instance if we want to create a secure zone or VLAN that hangs off the core switching network and possibly segregated by a firewall for a set of say critical applications.
Iv been looking at ways we couldnt implement an environment without having the use of a terminal server on the front of the environment.
802.1X using NPS / NAP may be messy,
If there is a way to utilise this based on domain level authentication and mapping that would be useful.