I am working on a wireless centralized deployment for BYOD. I have few queries on this.
As per H-Reap, new devices will not be accepted or connected to network, if i loose my WAN connection. In this case if i give guest wifi who can connect to internet/local server from branch office,which is of no authentication. what will happen to new users,if the WAN link goes down.
BYOD solution which i saw was only for corporate. Is there any white papers for business use, like my clients come to my office/store with there own device and connect to internet/ my local server.
> If WAN connection goes down , and since ISE would be at Central location. New BYOD connections will not happen.
> BYOD has two solutions :One SSID solution and TWO SSID solution. The TWO SSID solution where a guest connects to an open SSID and transferred to a secure SSID matches guests needs for security and providing other parameters like proper vlan etc. Along with that , You can have this solution on Foreign/Anchor to provide security for your company also which is a kind of standard.
Let me put in this way. This is not BYOD solution,only a guest laptop/ipad is tring to connect guest wifi which is of no authentication and the internet exit is at my branch office only. In this case how the AP behave, will it take new connection or drop the connection?
If no auth is there at any level...then any one can connect but that is sometimes acceptable in the "Customers coming to store" Scenario. For a little more security ..you can use WP2-PSK as well and tell your customers when they enter in to the store. This is also ok even if the WAN connection goes down.
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