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Re: Aruba 7210 controller and Bradford Networks Campus Manager

Ok, turns out the issue we were having was that mac authentication and 802.1x was configured on the controller, because we wanted a MAC check first, then prompt for username/password if that fails. The Aruba controller did not need to know about that, and we needed to pull back on the authentication and allow Bradford to handle the decision between MAC auth and 802.1x auth.

 

We were pulling the default role because mac auth was failing, but 802.1x was passing. It was 100% successful (according to the aruba's configuration) so we weren't reaching our desired role.

 

Thanks for all the help, everything is working and has been functioning since beginning of this thread.



Michael Haring
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