Kindly let me know that what is the best time to be set on it. It tells 20 mintues. Also, i wanna know that what is the corresponding configuration needs on Switch and ISE to reflect it or doesn't need it.
Many timers can be modified as needed in a deployment. Unless you are experiencing a specific problem where adjusting the timer may correct unwanted behavior, it is recommended to leave all timers at their default values except for the 802.1X transmit timer (tx-period).
The tx-period timer defaults to a value of 30 seconds. Leaving this value at 30 seconds provides a default wait of 90 seconds (3 x tx-period) before a switchport will begin the next method of authentication, and begin the MAB process for non-authenticating devices.
Based on numerous deployments, the best-practice recommendation is to set the tx-period value to 10 seconds to provide the optimal time for MAB devices. Setting the value below 10 seconds may result in the port moving to MAC authentication bypass too quickly.
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