Can I use ISE IPN without posture for VPN with Base license only?
I'm looking at ISE licensing, and both Base and Advanced licenses have VPN listed. I could not find any document that provides guideline for VPN implementation using ISE Base license only.
1. Can I use ISE IPN (Inline Posture Node) functionality without posture assessment with ISE Base license only? (I know it has to be ISE hardware appliance, and I know that Posture assessment requires ISE Advanced license.)
2. Do I have to use IPN for VPN deployment using ISE as the Radius server?
3. If I do not have to use IPN for VPN, can I use ISE for Authentication and Authorization in the same way as I use ACS?
Can I use ISE IPN without posture for VPN with Base license only
There is no need to consider IPN if you are not using posturing. You can use ISE much like ACS for radius authentication for vpn users.
If posturing is down the road and your hope is to have an architecture in place and license later, then I am sure that you can use the ipn with base licensing, however I would strongle recommend working with the PDI (for partners) for help and confirmation.
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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