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Monday, March 30, 2020 - 21:07
The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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Monday, March 30, 2020 - 21:04
The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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Monday, March 30, 2020 - 21:00
The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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Monday, March 2, 2020 - 20:29
The video shows you how to configure non-fabric (aka Over-The-Top) wireless on Cisco DNAC. We will use DNAC to provision enterprise 802.1x wireless as well as guest with Central Web Auth (CWA) to authenticate against Cisco ISE. We will configure IP-Based ACL on DNAC to restrict network access on wireless client.
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