Can we configure the wireless controller 5508 to authenticate the clients using both of MAC address Filtering (layer 2 security) and Web authentication (layer 3 security). and what is the difference between (Web policy --> authentication) and (Web policy --> on MAC filter failure)
Has anyone configured this security feature before ?
Yes, If a WLAN has both a Layer 2 (mac-filter) and Layer 3 security (webauth-on-macfilter-failure) configured, the client moves to RUN state if either one is passed. And if it fails Layer 2 security (mac-filter), the client is moved to Layer 3 security (webauth-on-macfilter-failure) i.e, when clients fail on MAC filter, they get automatically switched to webAuth.
Web policy --> authentication, it can or can't be used with mac filter, if mac filter enabled then it will be mandatory & can't fail to webauth like above.
in our organization we need to perform double layer of security
firstly a MAC Filter for specific clients and after successfully passed the local filter in Wireless controller, the clients need to perform a web policy authentication by writing the username and password which are configured locally in the wireless controller database too.
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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