AAA, NAC, Guest Access & BYOD

How to change the expiration time of Guest User with Post-auth Enforcement

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Requirement:

 

We might need to change the expiration of Guest users after authentication based on some conditions or rule.



Solution:

 

We can achieve this with post auth enforcement using the " Expire-Time-Update" attribute to update the Guest User with value set in minutes.

 

 



Configuration:

 

A guest user registers with an expiration time set by the administrator in the registration page.

In the above page, the Expiration time is set for 24 hours. 

Configure a post auth enforcement as shown below.

 

 

 



Verification

 

After the Guest User login, we could see the Expiration time changed to 10 hours from the time the user authenticated

 

 

 

 

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‎11-30-2016 05:35 AM
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Nice "how to". As I frequently find MAC caching is requested/required by the customer, how does this tie into this solution?

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