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Creating Custom interface to CAS DHCP Server

We are in the process of laying out our test network of implementing Clean Access. What we would like to be able to do is to create a custom interface to the CAS DHCP server so that our help desk personnel can add address reservations into the particular scope. We would like to persue this method as to restrict the users that actually have access to the CAS/CAM GUIs, among other internal requirements. Does anyone have any information or experience regarding this ? TIA


Re: Creating Custom interface to CAS DHCP Server

The following section explains how to add clean access servers. The clean access solution has three deployment methods in the in-band solution.

1. Virtual Gateway: If you configure CAS as the virtual gateway, it acts as a pass through device, and no routing and DHCP changes are needed in the network. This is the quickest and easiest deployment.

2. Real-IP Gateway: The CAS is the gateway for all end users and it handles all routing for that side of the network. The CAS can be the DHCP server and can hand out IP addresses or be a DHCP relay and keep all IP information the same.

3. NAT Gateway: The same as Real-IP where the CAS uses network address translation (NAT). All addresses appear on the untrusted side.

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