04-15-2014 03:34 AM
We would like to use regular expressions to authenticate hosts on our network.
For example, allow host using vendor part of MAC address (OUI).
The problem is that we don't understand how to make regular expressions. We are a little bit lost with . or * !
04-15-2014 06:57 AM
Thanks Victor, didn't realize you could even use an * for the RegEx field. @bencoolen; if you need some added flexibility, the regular expression you were looking for is the following.
Systems Engineer, Northeast USA
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04-15-2014 07:40 AM
Thank you for your answer. This is not working. The host I use to perform this test is not recognized and so, not allowed on my network. It sounds good but do you know if we have to define role mapping condition differently than a classic static host list (list of MAC addresses, not regex).
The above condition uses normal static list. The second one is the regex.
04-15-2014 07:54 AM
This is what we do right now :smileyhappy: We manage that in the rule mappings.
Using groups allow us to give names (e.g. Xerox printers, Samsung printers for the role : Printers)