I'm not sure about WinXP and 802.1x authentication, but with Win2K the Windows Domain login occurs before the 802.1x network login. Once the Windows domain login times out, the 802.1x login is processed. This results in login scripts, that are based on the Windows Domain login, failing to execute. I saw reference to this being fixed with a future update from Microsoft. I am not sure if this would still hold true if you were using certificates to authenticate the machine to the network or not. To answer you question about having to login again to the Windows Domain after the 802.1x, there should be an option in the 802.1x configuration to use you Windows Domain credentials for the 802.1x authentication.
i was just about to ask the same thing, but worded differently.
does dot1x vlan assignment work when using the ldap database? i mean, i know that when using the acs local database one can specify the attributes needed for vlan assignment...but if the database is the windb, how can this be done...specially if there are several vlans involved and several member from the ldap db are going to be assigned to different vlans.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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