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How to know where users connected to the network?

Hi,

I check on ISE monitoring to see the authentication status, i found out IP and device port left blank. What should i do in order i can track user is connected from wchich access switchport (all switch were join identity\ network device)

Somemore, how to track the enduser were connecting from which AP?

What i should i do on the ISE in order able to track on this particular info, thanks

Noel

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How to know where users connected to the network?

Do you have radius accounting enabled? Usually the authentication request will not have the ip address but the accounting packet will. Turn on radius accounting and you should get the additional attributes you are looking for.

thanks,

Tarik Admani

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How to know where users connected to the network?

Hi Tarik

My POC case is doing in wireless. I did enable AAA accounting feature at WLAN controller. Do i need to tune at ISE as well?

What i should configure in order i able to know i connecting from which Access point? (network deivce group?)

Thanks

Noel

How to know where users connected to the network?

It should show the clients ip address based on the accounting packet, the authentication request where the client connects from should show up in the nas-ip-address attribute.

Tarik Admani *Please rate helpful posts*

How to know where users connected to the network?

RADIUS packets aren't going to show you what AP the client connected from, the RADIUS packets are exchanged between WLC and RADIUS server, if you have a WCS managaing your WLC you will be fine using the reporting, if not you'll need to set up some heavy logging from your WLC and work out a decent way to analyse it.

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