I'm implemeinting ISE and the customer has Cisco IP-Phone.
I'd like to know if I need to put all the cisco phone mac address inside the ISE (making a MAB) or there is a way, for example creating an Authorization Profile that match Cisco IP Phone and automatically the phone has access to the network.
We currently are using quite a few models of Cisco IP Phones within our ISE deployment. ISE utilizes CDP which should recognize the phones as being Cisco IP Phones, and place them in that Profile. You can create a DACL to assign to the Cisco Phones Profile automatically, so when one is plugged in, it has exactly the access you desire.
Under Policy Elements, Results, Authorization, then Authorization Profiles, you can see the list of created Profiles, and assign the access in there.
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