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Re: Using NAS-IP-Address and NAS-Port in an enforcement policy

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Re: Using NAS-IP-Address and NAS-Port in an enforcement policy

When the user tries to connect to the protected server, the EX4300 switch authenticates the user using 802.1X authentication. The user is verified against the CPPM user database and is allowed access to the network. CPPM then posts the user’s identity information to the SRX650 device, which can then enforce security policies based on the username or group information to allow or deny the user access to the protected servers. A DHCP server is used in this example to allocate IP addresses to the authenticated endpoints. As Plex Download Lucky Patcher Download Kodi Download CPPM uses DHCP options to profile the endpoint’s device type, OS info, and so on, the EX4300 switch forwards DHCP packets from the endpoint to CPPM in addition to the DHCP server.

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