I want to configure our network for switch port authentication using 802.x.
I want to configure dot1x with authentication to wondows 2003 Radius.
I have 1 core switch C3750G router and other secondray switches C2960 connected to the core switch.
I want separate alle authenticated user to be connected VLAN 1 and oud guest to guest to VLAN 2 for internet.
Do i have to configure only the core switch with dot1x and aaa authentication or all switches ( core and secondarY)
Thank you and kind regards,
You need to configure all switches that have devices connected to them that you want to have 802.1x authentcation for. So if you have devices/users on the 2960 switches that you want to authenticate you will need dot1x configured on the 2960 switches.
Note, that if you no end users/devices on the core switch then you do not need dot1x config on core switch.
Wat about the radius configuration on the switch, do i have also to enable it on all connected switches.
If i understand goed i don't need to do no configuration on the core switch.
On any switch that has a device/user you want to authenticate you will need to configure dot1x and also radius configuration ie. any switch doing dot1xauthentication will need to know which radius server(s) to talk to.
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