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Use of second interface (eth1) on ISE

Hi. I am seting up a two-node deployment of ISE (3315 - version 1.2.0.899). Both appliances will be connected to my two core switches.

I would like to know if I just have to configure one ethernet interface (eth0) on each ISE server and then connect each eth0 to a different swithch. Or, in order to get more redundancy, should I configure both ethernet interfaces on each ISE appliance and then connect eth0 to switch 1 and eth1 to switch2 on both appliances?

Thank you

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Use of second interface (eth1) on ISE

Cisco ISE management is restricted to Gigabit Ethernet 0.

yes, you can do that , as all

yes, you can do that , as all the ports can be used for replication and synchronization but for management is restricted to Eth0 only.

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