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Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Hi guys, 

 

Can somebody help me to know how many Users/passwords allows Clearpass Policy Manager in it's 500 licences (Virtual appliance) mode?

Aruba Employee

Re: Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Hi,

 

Could you provide more details? 500 VM appliance process 500 users auth requests.

 

Regards,

Pavan

New Contributor

Re: Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Thank you Pavan,

 

Escenario: VM 500 licence CP + guest & onboard module

The question is:

How many MAC address accepts the policy manager?

How many Users/ Passwords accepts the guest & onboard module?

 

Aruba Employee

Re: Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Hi

 

License usage is calculated based on average

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Guest/OnGuard/Onboard use one Policy Manager license and their respective license as well.

 

Example:

 

If you have 10 Onboard license and want to Onboard 10 devices then total license it uses is 10 Onboard license and 10 Policy Manager license.

 

Regards,

Pavan

 

If my post addresses your query give kudos:)

New Contributor

Re: Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Thx Pavan, but the question goes related to the number of Users & passwords that can be assigned, independant of the licences for AP, Switches or services.

 

Our doubt targets the DB capacity of storage the users registers (user & password).

 

Example: you arrive to the Guest captive portal, you get enrolled, you put your user and password (this process will be counted as 1 register in a DB, I Guess) ¿how many times this process could take place in a Clearpass Solution (in the small solution of 500 licences for Ap's, switches + Service guest & onboard) 

Please consider the same exercise for Onboard module & MAC capacity of management in Policy manager.

Aruba Employee

Re: Number of Users/Passwords in Policy manager?

Hi,

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Total amount of data stored in database depend on disk space.

 

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Data stored in CPPM based on retention settings.

 

Regards,

Pavan

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