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ISE and ASA5505

Hello all--i'm working with a client on an ISE deployment and they would like to have the remote locations take advantage of it for dot1X.  The potential problem that i see though is this--they have ASA5505s for tunnels back to the main location, which is great, but they also use the built-in switch...i know there are issues with the larger ASAs that require the IPN.  I'm wondering if they'll need a different switch for this to work?  Don't think they plan on posturing or anything advanced.  More just to lock down the switchports and prevent issues when people plug random devices in to keep them off the network...

any suggestions are appreciated.

Scott J.

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ISE and ASA5505

Scott,

If you are referring to the ports on the ASA these do not support dot1x. You will need a different switch in order to get this features of dot1x that you are looking for.

thanks,

Tarik Admani
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ISE and ASA5505

Scott,

If you are referring to the ports on the ASA these do not support dot1x. You will need a different switch in order to get this features of dot1x that you are looking for.

thanks,

Tarik Admani
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Tarik Admani *Please rate helpful posts*

ISE and ASA5505

That's what i was afraid of, but wanted to make sure of before i said anything...Thank you Tarik.

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