SCOR: Guest Services, BYOD, 802.1X, & CoA
3 Videos | 43m 28s
- Includes Assessment
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In lower security environments, there is often a desire to permit guest access to the network. These guests might get limited Internet access or even access to some of the non-sensitive network resources and data. In this course, you'll learn about the Identity Service Engine, which is the component in the Cisco security portfolio that can make this access seamless to configure and implement. You'll also learn about guest access and BYOD for the network. Next, you'll move on to examine the use of 802.1X in high security enterprises to ensure that each network user is authenticated and then authorized for their network and resource access. You'll also look at related technologies like MAB and WebAuth. Finally, you'll explore the RADIUS Change of Authorization feature, which can be critical for certain network security functions. This course can be used in preparation for the 350-701: Implementing and Operating Cisco Security Core Technologies (SCOR) certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify the tools used to provide guest services and BYODrecognize configuration steps within the Cisco ISErecognize the Cisco ISE feature that shares metrics and statics with other Cisco devicesidentify the role of the Cisco switch in an 802.1X topology
identify the standard for port-based network access controlrecognize the role a network client takes in an 802.1X topologyrecognize authorization features of Cisco ISE
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