We have the following security requirement in my company's internal corporate network: We have several Wi-Fi access points installed inside my company buildings which provide direct internet access for guests. However, these Wi-Fi access points are used also from employees who are connected with their corporate laptop to the wired internal network and also connect via wi-fi for getting unrestricted Internet access. This is not allowed by the security policy but a lot of employees do it all the time in order to circumvent the restrictions of the internal network and get unrestricted Internet access from the Wi-Fi.
I was wondering if Aruba Clear pass solution can help us to prevent employees from connecting to the guest Wi-Fi access points while they are connected to the internal network. Can we use Aruba clear pass in any way for providing such restriction? Maybe a NAC agent can check whether wireless is enabled on the laptop and if it's enabled it won't allow wired access to the internal network. Is this possible?
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