NAC appliance basic setup

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Nov 2nd, 2007
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I have a small project to authenticate around 100 users to access the network. We are planning to use the Cisco NAC appliance. Just to clarify (I have seen some post but I am not sure of the right answer) Do I need 2 separate appliances, one as server and the other as controller; or I just need one doing both tasks?


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-Arturo


Correct Answer by acharyr123 about 9 years 5 months ago

Hi,


U need 2 devices to scatter this service. 1 will act as server who will push all policies to the end clients & the other will work as manager where the config will be done.


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Correct Answer by pmccubbin about 9 years 5 months ago

Hi Arturo,


You need two appliances to make it work. One manager and one server.


There is an excellent book from the Cisco Press on the NAC Appliance by James Heary which will provide you with plenty of details and background on setting up the appliances.


Hope this helps.


Paul

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pmccubbin Sat, 11/03/2007 - 05:27
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Hi Arturo,


You need two appliances to make it work. One manager and one server.


There is an excellent book from the Cisco Press on the NAC Appliance by James Heary which will provide you with plenty of details and background on setting up the appliances.


Hope this helps.


Paul

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acharyr123 Sun, 11/04/2007 - 04:26
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Hi,


U need 2 devices to scatter this service. 1 will act as server who will push all policies to the end clients & the other will work as manager where the config will be done.


Rate if it helps

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