01-31-2012 11:00 AM
As a follow on to this post:-
I am sure I am able to use 802.1x to get our Alcatec VOIP phones on the Eth1/ on our RAP to ensure that if some one plugs in another device they do not get onto our Voice network, however, our VOIP phones have a PC port that enable us to connect another device.
Through the wired profile I make the wired port Native Vlan our corporate with the voice vlan tagged. The phone then strips the VLAN and get's on the correct VLAN and passes thru the corporate to the second port on the phone.
Can I:- have two 802.1x policies on one port to firstly allow secure access to the VOIP handset and also one that would kick in if some one were to connect a device to the other side of the phone?
As with most of my posts, this may be vague, poorly written and difficult to understand, but if you can offer any assistance, it would be greatly received!
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01-31-2012 05:47 PM
You could have an initial role for devices that do not pass wired 802.1x to have a minimum set of permissions....
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