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ACS - MAB, remove aged MACs

We currently use MAB with our ACS box in our enterprise until we implement a NAC solution.  I am looking for a way to genereate a report on how long it has been for a MAC to get authenticated on the network.  Basically any MAC that hasent authenticated in around 60 days, so I can have it removed.  Is there an report option for this?\

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Re: ACS - MAB, remove aged MACs

Hi,

Your best bet is to generate a radius authentication report 60 day ago. You will then have to click on each entry and that will give you the most recent authentications and a chart of what days they authenticated on the network.

I have attached a screenshot of the report once you drill down to it.

Tarik Admani
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Re: ACS - MAB, remove aged MACs

Hi,

Your best bet is to generate a radius authentication report 60 day ago. You will then have to click on each entry and that will give you the most recent authentications and a chart of what days they authenticated on the network.

I have attached a screenshot of the report once you drill down to it.

Tarik Admani
*Please rate helpful posts*

Tarik Admani *Please rate helpful posts*
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ACS - MAB, remove aged MACs

Thanks!

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