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Configuring a switch for 802.1x

I have a 3750G switch and a Cisco ACS unit, and I am trying to configure the switch (or specifically one port on one vlan) to be an authenticator for 802.1x, and provide a DHCP address (either native or from an external server).

I attempted to do this once before, but the documentation I used led only to frustration. If anybody knows of clear instructions, please let me know.

Thanks,

Ben Brown

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Re: Configuring a switch for 802.1x

Re: Configuring a switch for 802.1x

This link should help. Expalins the configs and the raidus attributes required at the ACS as well

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk389/tk814/technologies_configuration_example09186a00808abf2d.shtml

HTH

Narayan

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Re: Configuring a switch for 802.1x

the 802.1x on the switch is quite simple.

I myself prefer Juniper/Steelbelt radius

over ACS because steelbelt is so much simpler

to configure. I can get the whole thing up and

running in about 10 minutes.

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