I was wondering if anybody else have the following problem:
Apple iOS 8.x users are not able to register their devices on the ISE portal (native supplicant provisioning).
After they receive the redirection from the WLC, they freeze. Apple 7.x users have no problem.
ISE is version 188.8.131.52 patch 2. WLC is running 184.108.40.206.
Anybody experienced the same?
we hit the same issue with ISE 1.2.1 P3. The apple devices browser got freezed after redirection. We tested today iPhone/iPad running 8.1 iOS.
Any update from the Cisco TAC Case ?
You are most likely hitting this bug:
Patch 10 resolves this, however, you might want to upgrade to patch 11 since I see another iOS 8 related bug:
Here is the link to the release notes:
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I am aware of this bug. As we are running ISE version 220.127.116.11 patch 2 (the latest). This bug should'nt be there anymore. Or am I too optimistic about this?
I am also running ISE 18.104.22.168 patch 2 with 8.0.100. I am testing with an iPad running IOS 8.1. The device will register in the registration portal, but is not being classified as an IOS device within client provisioning, I believe. It is getting profiled as a workstation even though all apple device profiles are enabled. I have an authorization policy for registered devices, and ipad, iphone, ios devices to gain access to the network without going through posture assessment. I then have my posture assessment authorization rules with apple IOS devices set for a ssid native supplicant profile. I keep getting an error page on the iPad when connecting to the ISE SSID saying "Client Provisioning Portal ISE is not able to apply an access policy to your log-in session at this time. Please close this browser, wait approximately one minute, and try to connect again". It gives this message over and over. If I turn off the posture checking authorization profiles, the IOS device is selected as a rule further down which tells me that ISE does not recognize it as an IOS device in the profiling or client provisioning.