Cisco Trust Agent client 2.0 with the supplicant for 802.1x authentication
I only want to configure posture validation. The client should not be prompted for credentials. However I configure this setup I am always prompted for a Username. Does the NAC L2 8021X always require authentication, either machine or user? Is it possible to have only posture validation?
When using NAC in an 802.1x deployment for wired or wireless topologies, an 802.1x supplicant that supports NAC and NAC-related EAP types is required. At present there several options to pursue to obtain a NAC-capable supplicant:
Cisco Trust Agent 2.0 includes an optional 802.1x supplicant that supports NAC for wired deployments to Cisco switches. This supplicant is provided at no charge. It does not support wireless nor does it offer a centralized management interface.
Funk offers the Odyssey client, which provides a unified NAC supplicant
Meeting House offers the AEGIS client, which provides a unified NAC supplicant
The Cisco Compatible version 4 (CCXv4) supplicant that is embedded into many wireless client silicon chipsets supports NAC for wireless environments
The native supplicants available in production Windows and other operating systems platforms currently do not support NAC.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...