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802.1x Guest Vlan and Routed access layer design

Hi!

For many reasons, I have to re-design my campus network in a more ISP like way. The plan is to move to a routed access layer in the next two years. I have 802.1x with guest vlan on my access ports(3750). I was reading on the subject and I found that the guest vlan feature was not availeble with internal vlan(routed port).

Is this limitation realy there, is there a way I can get around it without complicating my design even more. Do cisco have plan to lift this???

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Re: 802.1x Guest Vlan and Routed access layer design

You cannot use/configure 802.1X on a routed port today. Typically, 802.1X is to be used for LAN edge ports.

The Guest-VLAN should work with a routed access design though. If your Guest-VLAN is chosen to be separate from say otherwise statically configured access VLANs, you would need to configure it via separate SVI with corresponding IP info (in a routed access model).

Hope this helps,

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