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Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Tim,

 

Are you aware if any updates progress has been made on this intregration.  I am working on a deployment with a client currently and they would like to do a clearpass guest integration as well as dot1x wired and wireless on Ubiquiti and HPE switching.

 

Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks


@cappalli wrote:

Hey Carlos - I played with this a bit last night and I don't think it's something we can get working right now. They don't use a traditional client browser POST and they also do not support CoA. Please submit a feature request for this.

 

Something else I noticed was that they don't support MAC-Authentication, so if we were to get the captive portal authentication to work, the user would have to re-authenticate everytime they disconnect and reconnect.


 

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Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Any updates on this integration? we have a scenario that we need to use ubiquiti gear and Radius Auth tieh clearpass



 



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Frequent Contributor II

Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Looks like just a few weeks ago they added CoA support to the UniFi firmware, at least for 'Disconnect' 

 

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Implement-802-1x-Change-of-Authoirzation-CoA-support/idi-p/1762325

 

802.1x RADIUS auth should already be supported, and it looks like somewhere along the way they added MAC Auth as well, because the options are in there. I don't have a ClearPass server at home where my UniFi gear is, so can't easily play with it.

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Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

I have RADIUS working between Unifi AP's and Clearpass, but struggling with Clearpass guest captive portal redirection. Anyone figure that out?

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Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Hi Json,

Can you tell me the exact step of ClearPass Integration with Unifi Wireless

Dinusha Chandrasinghe
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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Hi guys,

 

Any update from Aruba on this case ? I have be recently asked to run PoC Ubiquity with Clearpass but I do not know if there is any point to do it since there was no support for url-redirect as per last post here.

Is the CoA working at least ?

 

Br

Piotr  

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New Contributor

Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

can you share the configuration please..
I always get the error "Required parameters unavailable"

 

thanks

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Hello all,

 

I need too information for Unifi AP integration in clearpass.

Just wireless 802.1X connection for client

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Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti


@liimp wrote:

Hello all,

 

I need too information for Unifi AP integration in clearpass.

Just wireless 802.1X connection for client


it works



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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Clearpass integration with ubiquiti

Thanks,

 

Ok but any How to available for this configuration ?

what other features are supported ?

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