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NAC support for Linux using CTA

CTA for Linux is with 802.1x supplicant. Please advice how CTA without the supplicant helps achieve Network Admission Control (NAC). Please reply link also.

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Re: NAC support for Linux using CTA

CTA without the supplicant can be used to implement NA L2-IP or L3-IP. Uisng the NAC L2-IP solution an L2 device (switch) is configured for NAC using ARP inspection and DHCP snooping to identify new devices. Using NAC L3-IP the L3 device (router) is configured to identify using an IP Admission ACL. In either a Linux PC equipped with CTA that enters the network is identified and the network device requests posture from CTA installed on the PC.

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