I am trying to put forward a NAC solution for our <very> small office - around 30 users. I think NAC's a great solution to enforce a tight security policy, and I want to ensure users connecting to our Data Centre have been properly (de)wormed :)
I am therfore trying to justify "NAC" to my peers, BUT I will need to keep to an ultra tight budget. As far as I can see, the "minimum" NAC solution by Cisco compromises of the following four items :
1) NACMGR-3-K9: Cisco Clean Access Lite Manager for 3 servers
2) NME-NAC-K9: Cisco NAC Network Module for ISR
3) NACNM-50-K9: NAC Network Module Server License -max 50 users
4) NACMGR-3-K9: NAC Appliance 3310
Does this sound right ? Any ideas to reduce the overall cost of NAC would be appreciate. (the cost on this is around Â£12k which is not feasable for us)
You shouldn't need item number 4 - The NAC Manager Lite is an Appliance (CCA-MGR-LT-K9) and includes licensing, I'm not too familiar with the Network Modules & how the licensing works for them but that brings things to about $8,500 list.
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