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ISE1.2 MAC registration after LDAP web-auth

Have a situation where we want to just do a simple one time registration of the MAC address after a person successfully authenticates web-auth using  LDAP.

 

It's very similar to guest authentication, but I'm not sure how to customize the another portal for this user group so I don't affect the current guest portal.  Is there a better way?

 

I'm envisioning the following sequence:

1. User tries to log onto wireless for the first time and is redirected to a web page to enter LDAP credentials

2. User successfully authenticates credentials and ISE adds MAC address to a "VALID ENDPOINT" endpoint group

3. Next time user tries to access wireless they are seemlessly connected, but what happens is ISE sees their MAC in the "VALID ENDPOINT" group and MAB's them onto the network.

 

It looks very similar to the guest portal configuration, but I'm not sure how you tell it to register the MAC with an endpoint group.

Thanks in advance,

Mike

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Cisco Employee

You can register device via

You can register device via device registration portal with mac address and it  will be added to endpoint group "registereddevice"

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Its the internal work flow i

Its the internal work flow i dont think you can change it ..... any one have any other suggestions do share.

New Member

That's what I was afraid of.

That's what I was afraid of.  Wasn't sure if there was some way to make a custom workflow.

 

Thanks.

Cisco Employee

You can register device via

You can register device via device registration portal with mac address and it  will be added to endpoint group "registereddevice"

New Member

Yeah, I was looking at that

Yeah, I was looking at that as the fallback plan.  Just wasn't sure if there was someway to adjust the guest portal authentication with some background scripting or something.

Thanks.

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