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CPPM : Can 802.1x be used to perform SSO / SAML against upstream devices

HI All,

 

Just a wild theoretical question so excuse me if the concept is way off!

 

Looking at the capabilities of ClearPass as it stands, you can use web logins to manage SAML / SSL against other applications such as google apps and proxy servers.

 

Is there any way that an 802.1x protected network (using clearpass) could perform the same role such that an onboarded 802.1x device could have clearpass push the 802.1x credentials up to the SAML / SSO platform and authenticate the user in the same way?

 

Just looking for a way to provide a secure SSO experience.

 

Scott

Aruba

Re: CPPM : Can 802.1x be used to perform SSO / SAML against upstream devices

There will be some things coming in the future and I will post more when we get closer the releases.
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Super Contributor II

Re: CPPM : Can 802.1x be used to perform SSO / SAML against upstream devices

ooh stumbled upon some secret roadmap :-) looking forward to finding out!

Occasional Contributor II

Re: CPPM : Can 802.1x be used to perform SSO / SAML against upstream devices

Is there any update on this? Specifically, has there been support added for Google Apps for Education?

Guru Elite

Re: CPPM : Can 802.1x be used to perform SSO / SAML against upstream devices

What specifically are you looking to do? Please create a new thread. 

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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