After doing some research, I have figured out how to, for the most part, setup 802.1x via wireless. I'm using two 5508 WLCs, and Cisco ACS. I will setup the user account/password information via Cisco ACS and User Identity and Hosts. I know from the WLC 5508 web admin tool that I can choose 802.1x in the security parameters. I only have a few question. We have two wireless networks, one is wide open and provides internet access, the other will provide internal access for select users. I am setting up 802.1x on the internal wireless lan. Do I need to configure any 802.1 configuration commands on the switch in order for this to work, if so where would be the locations to do this at? Also, does anyone know if there is a MAC isolation configuration option I can configure to not allow other hosts on this specific wireless network to communicate with each other?
Thanks a bunch Stephen! One other question, is there a way I can block 3 unsuccessful attempts to log on? I would like it to block attempt to logon with username/password every 3rd time for 60 minutes. Once, again thanks for the information!