2. I setup an access policy to check MAC addresses using the host list.
3. I also need to be able to authenticate using EAP-TLS.
4. I also need to be able to authenticate using the local user database.
5. I was wondering if you go into:
a. Access Services
b. Advanced options
c. Set the If Authentication Fails drop down menu to "Continue".
d. Does this meet my requirements?
I was looking through the documentation on the Advanced options and it is kind of vague as to how the continue option is handled. Does continue mean that it will move on to the next rule, or does that mean it successfully authenticates a user? I was thinking that it means it goes to the next rule.
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