Re: How can I add a field in Cisco ACS 3.3 with VLAN?
Well it depends on whether your access device supports it.
Aironet APs support mac auth, where you put mac addresses instead of userids into ACS.
In NAC, to authenticate clientless endpoints, the switch/router has a feature called "mac auth bypass" where a pre-configured userid+password is sent to ACS along with the client mac address. ACS then applies NARs to filter on mac address.
Its a shame ACS doesnt have a true mac authentication feature.
So the answer really depends on your access device.
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