Devang: for 6500 thatz exactly what I was looking for. But for 4500, 3560 and 3750 the pointers you provided are the actual steps to configure 802.1x. I am looking for something which says the minimum required IOS to be able to configure the 802.1x. The last 3 pointers have an IOS version for the title of document, but donot say that is the required level of IOS like the first pointer for 6500.
Devang: this pointer is very helpful. One more question I have is the following:
I try to look for availability of "IEEE 802.1x - VLAN Assignment" for a 3560-I5-M. After I pick the feature and Platform, I see a number of realeases with different feature sets. What is this featureset? Shouldn't it just show one IOS or higher for a device.
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