I've read other similar questions about implementing a Cisco NAC Appliance in an environment where each PC needs to have a static IP, but none of the other threads seemed to provide enough clarity on why this may or may not be a good idea.
I am exploring the possibility of implementing a NAC, but the entire network is currently configured with each client PC having a static IP address. I do not believe there is a DHCP server anywhere on the network, and I would need to keep it that way.
That said, I am wondering what sort of implementation modes for the NAC Appliance this limits me to... If someone could please provide some clarity on whether or not a NAC would work properly in this environment using the following modes (and if not, what modes would I need to use), I would be very grateful.
Desired deployment for the NAC: OOB, Virtual Gateway, Layer 2 adjacent