Does the Cisco NAC provide support for linux based devices?
Context: We have 3G Routers dialing into a Corporate VPN to send telemetry, monitoring data etc and we need some kind of NAC that allows these devices onto the network, but any other device to be denied (in case the SIM is stolen/removed and put into another device - 3G phone, iPad etc).
These 3G routers are fairly basic and run on a linux kernel. Can a posture assemsent be done on these types of devices with Cisco's NAC?
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