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Hi everyone! I need help. I´m setting up a RADIUS server with my Aruba 800 controller. I´ve done everything by the book, but i ran into a problem, i cant find the "employee" option on the drop down menu of the 802.1x Authentication Profile.
I don´t know wich option can i use instead (logon, ap-role, cpbase, denyall, guest, stateful-dot1x), or if i can create an initial role.
I cant connect to my network, when i try to log in the server asks me for my user and password, but it say "can´t connect to this network". But if i try with any other method with a PSK.... it connects instantly.
Hope some can help me.
It looks like you don't have the policy enforcement license installed, or it is installed wrong. &n...
It looks like you don't have the policy enforcement license installed, or it is installed wrong. If that is the case, 802.1x will work, but no role-specific firewall policies will be enforced.
Type "show license verbose" to see if you even have the Policy Enforcement License installed
I will be using a 7000-series controller to terminate incoming encrypted tunnels from outlying controllers.
I will then be using firewall filters to permit only certain traffic to specific attached hosts. This controller will have no APs.
I may also want to limit the traffic going into the tunnels, at either / both ends, using similar rules.
The outlying controllers will have APs, so definitely need PEF.
Which controller(s) need PEFV license?
Does my central 'VPN/FW only' controller need (presumably a single) PEF license?
If you only want to do site to site VPN, no licenses are required. If you want to do site to site...
If you only want to do site to site VPN, no licenses are required.
If you want to do site to site and have ACLs permitting traffic, you need the PEF license.
PEFV is only needed for the VIA VPN client.
What is the impact of tx power adjustment ?