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Need to delay CPPM Captive portal policy on 2530 and 2930 AOS

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  • 1.  Need to delay CPPM Captive portal policy on 2530 and 2930 AOS

    Posted Jul 28, 2022 02:59 AM

    Is it possible to delay a policy execution on CPPM or delay captive portal redirection on AOS ?

    I have randomly some computers witch are going on a partner profile when starting up or getting out of standby mode is too long. 802.1X authentication seems executing to fast or not retrying enough to apply policy 1 and goes to policy 3.

    My CPPM configuration :

    Policy 1 : 802.X for Employee local USER-ROLE
    Policy 2 : Mac authentication for printers and other assets
    Policy 3 : Captive portal for Partner local USER-ROLE

    Captive portal configuration on AOS Switch :

    aaa authentication captive-portal enable
    aaa authentication captive-portal profile "CAPTIVE_PORTAL" url "Personnal URL"

    AAA port-access configuration on AOS Switch :

    aaa port-access authenticator 1
    aaa port-access authenticator 1 tx-period 10
    aaa port-access authenticator 1 supplicant-timeout 10
    aaa port-access authenticator 1 reauth-period 60
    aaa port-access authenticator 1 client-limit 2
    aaa port-access mac-based 1
    aaa port-access mac-based 1 addr-limit 2
    aaa port-access 1 auth-order authenticator mac-based
    aaa port-access 1 auth-priority authenticator mac-based

    Thank's for your help.

  • 2.  RE: Need to delay CPPM Captive portal policy on 2530 and 2930 AOS

    Posted Jul 28, 2022 03:47 AM
    Can you try to take out the auth-order and auth-priority? By default, AOS-Switch does concurrent 802.1X and MAC and if there is a MAC auth first, then the client does an 802.1X, that will take over. In most cases, the default is fine and setting/changing auth-order is not needed.

    Herman Robers
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