I"m troubleshooting a 3560 port authentication issue. From what I was told from other members of my team when we upgraded to windows 7 at this site authentication no longer works. I compared an old config to a recent one and noticed there was no command dot1x system-auth-control.
I have only been dealing with 802.1x for a short time and my other configs have this command. My question is without this command could there still have been port authentication working? On a inteface for ex. they do have the following which are inligned with my other configs. FYI, I didn't set this site up and it has the rest of the config correct like radius and aaa. When I went onsite to test I shut down the service on my laptop for 802.1x which should of blocked me so I thought. When I checked the ACS server for the log it showed my username and my correct IP address along with the correct switch but it showed I connected using PAP_ASCII, I"m not sure how this protocol got used since we don't use that. Thanks for any suggestions you might have.
dot1x pae authenticator
dot1x port-control auto
dot1x host-mode multi-host
dot1x violation-mode protect
aaa authentication password-prompt PASSCODE---->
aaa authentication login default group radius local
I have a little more to add. I was looking in the ACS and did find PAP_ASCII checked so at my home office which I know port security to be working at least that's what I thought. I turned off wired auto config and could still get on and when I looked at the ACS logs I saw my name with this protocol again. Not sure how this got turned on but my questionbecomes if 802.1x is setup on the switch but ACS allows this protocol and my laptop isn't running any 802.1x settings I can still get on the network, is this the correct behavior for this setup?
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