RE: Dot1x and aaa-model relation posted 09/25/2007
Configuring IEEE 802.1x Authentication
"Beginning in privileged EXEC mode, follow these steps to configure IEEE
802.1x port-based authentication. This procedure is required.
Step 1 - configure terminal - Enter global configuration mode
Step 2 - aaa new-model - Enable AAA
From: lalit gupta [mailto:lalit.tech@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 1:36 PM
To: Sequeira, Anthony (NETg)
Subject: Re: Dot1x and aaa-model relation
thanks for your inputs, Just to repeat your words so can i conclude that
there is no point in configuring dot1x without aaa.
Can u redirect me to some document which says that without aaa it is of
no use configuring dot1x . (If u have )
On 9/25/07, anthony.sequeira@xxxxxxxxxxx < anthony.sequeira@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:anthony.sequeira@xxxxxxxxxxx> > wrote:
Yes - Catalyst switches can do port-based authentication, and this
feature relies upon the use of AAA. In order to have AAA on the Catalyst
switch, you must first use the aaa new-model command.
Anthony J Sequeira
Check Out the CCIE Written QoD
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Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 12:36 PM
To: Cisco certification
Subject: Dot1x and aaa-model relation
i m bit confused about the authentication of dot1x. Is there any meaning
configuring DOT1x without aaa new-model. I think authentication will not
happen if we dont confgure aaa with dot1x. But i m not sure about it.
m not able to search any document about their combination which says yes
no for AAA with dot1x. Can somebody help me to understanding this
Do i always require aaa when i configure dot1x ?
thanks and regards
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