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Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

All,

 

It's been a while since I posted on here and I wanted to share a way to rapdily deploy wired 802.1x across various platforms: 

 

https://github.com/chronot1995/wired-802.1x-spreadsheet

 

This spreadsheet that will allow you to copy and paste the relelvant RADIUS / TACACS+ / ClearPass information to deploy a uniform configuration to hundreds, even thousands, of switches.

 

As a caveat to the above, the first place to check for any 802.1x manufacturer configurations should be the ASE website:

 

https://ase.arubanetworks.com/

 

I hope the spreadsheet helps - thanks!

 

-Mike

AMFX #5

 

https://github.com/chronot1995/wired-802.1x-spreadsheet

 

The spreadsheet will help deploy wired 802.1X on Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, an HPE, and Aruba-S platforms

 

To get started, fill out the "Start Here" tab. On this tab, you can fill out the following information:

  • ClearPass / Radius Server IP addresses
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Shared Secret 
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Source VLAN 
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Source IP address 
  • Interface ranges for Cisco and Juniper configurations

The data that you enter here will populate throughout the tabs of the spreadsheet. You can then select the platform and copy and paste the relevant data into the manufacturer switch of choice.

The "Advanced Cisco Switch Config" tab provides the following:

  • The commands for a wired Guest Portal Redirection
  • Advanced Device Sensor configuration for IOS 15+

The "Cisco Switch Config" code has been tested on IOS 12.2.55-SE5 - IOS 15.1

The "Juniper EX Config" code has been tested on JUNOS 12.x - JUNOS 15.x

The "HPE Provision Config" has been tested on legacy Provision and ArubaOS-Switch 16.x images

The "Aruba S-Series Config" was tested through Aruba S-Series code 7.4.x

The "Extreme EXOS 15- Config" was tested on Extreme EXOS 15 and 14, hence the "-" minus sign

The "Extreme EXOS 16+ Config" was tested on Extreme EXOS 16

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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Good work! (Bookmarked)

Cheers
James
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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Awesome!
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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

nice work

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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Hi, How to configure wired guest portal and OnGuard landing page with FQDN for Juniper EX switches 

Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Thanks a lot for sharing this :)

ACCX #1137, ACMP, BCNE
Satori Internetworking
https://www.netsatori.com/
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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

This is great work , thanks for sharing

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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Good Job, Thx !!

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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments


@boston1630 wrote:

All,

 

It's been a while since I posted on here and I wanted to share a way to rapdily deploy wired 802.1x across various platforms: 

 

https://github.com/chronot1995/wired-802.1x-spreadsheet

 

This spreadsheet that will allow you to copy and paste the relelvant RADIUS / TACACS+ / ClearPass information to deploy a uniform configuration to hundreds, even thousands, of switches.

 

As a caveat to the above, the first place to check for any 802.1x manufacturer configurations should be the ASE website:

 

https://ase.arubanetworks.com/

 

I hope the spreadsheet helps - thanks!

 

-Mike

AMFX #5

 

https://github.com/chronot1995/wired-802.1x-spreadsheet

 

The spreadsheet will help deploy wired 802.1X on Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, an HPE, and Aruba-S platforms

 

To get started, fill out the "Start Here" tab. On this tab, you can fill out the following information:

  • ClearPass / Radius Server IP addresses
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Shared Secret 
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Source VLAN 
  • RADIUS / TACACS+ Source IP address 
  • Interface ranges for Cisco and Juniper configurations

The data that you enter here will populate throughout the tabs of the spreadsheet. You can then select the platform and copy and paste the relevant data into the manufacturer switch of choice.

The "Advanced Cisco Switch Config" tab provides the following:

  • The commands for a wired Guest Portal Redirection
  • Advanced Device Sensor configuration for IOS 15+

The "Cisco Switch Config" code has been tested on IOS 12.2.55-SE5 - IOS 15.1

The "Juniper EX Config" code has been tested on JUNOS 12.x - JUNOS 15.x

The "HPE Provision Config" has been tested on legacy Provision and ArubaOS-Switch 16.x images

The "Aruba S-Series Config" was tested through Aruba S-Series code 7.4.x

The "Extreme EXOS 15- Config" was tested on Extreme EXOS 15 and 14, hence the "-" minus sign

The "Extreme EXOS 16+ Config" was tested on Extreme EXOS 16


Did you make configs for Alcatel and Dell swichs?

Thanks for your help

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Re: Spreadsheet for rapid HPE, Aruba-S, Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme, wired 802.1x deployments

Thanks for Sharing, great work!

 


Ricardo Luis Cañavate García - ACMP / ACCA / ACCP / ALSS / ACDX#972
GrupoTRC.com

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