Hello to everybody.
This is my first post and I don´t know if it is the right place.
I would like to know what are the security guidelines that you set up in your switched lan, I mean, do you block unused ports? do you use 802.1x with RADIUS? do you disable telnet and http access?
What are the security guidelines that you use in your company or clients?
Thanks in advance.
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Check out the best practices and standard guideline for hardening of cisco devices,hopw this helps out your query !!
Our network uses the following:
ACS logon to network equipments;
HTTP/HTTPS with access list
Depending on the size of your LAN, anyone whoever says that "unused ports should be shutdown" should be shot or given a labotomy. I have more than 300 LAN switches. Do you know the calls I'll be getting every hour just to get ports enabled or disabled? It would make me and my team very un-popular very fast.
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