Questions tagged [network-access]

One of the three layers of network design. The main characteristics of the network access layer is that it provides the access point for devices connecting to the network at a reduced "cost-per-port".

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Network segmentation with VLAN and MAC auth: thoughts about implementation

Currently we have a medium-sized, flat network with some DHCP pools. This configuration isn't satisfying us anymore, as everyone can see everything on the network and it may leads to security issues. ...
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Cisco ASA VPN disconnecting regularly random time

We have Cisco ASA VPN IPSec with Sonicwall but we are seeing randomly after 8 hours or sometime 10 hours. I am unable to trace issue so just wonder is there a simple setting to renegotiate tunnel ...
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Dynamic CAK, how MSK is derived at supplicant end?

For MACsec, dynamic CAK scenario using EAP-TLS, MSK at Authenticator is derived from Authentication-server as part of MPPE-Send-Key and MPPE-Recv-Key, which are used to further derive CAK/CKN. I am ...
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VLAN access list for ip-helper addresses

I am forwarding two ports of broadcast UDP data from an inside private network VLAN (VLAN 100) to two outside private networks via WAN connections on an ISR4431. The broadcast forwarding seems to ...
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802.1X MAC auth : Dell N2048 switch returns malformed EAP packet

I'm trying to set up MAC authorization with 802.1X using FreeRADIUS, a Dell N2048 (DN OS6.3.3.9) switch as the authenticator and a Ubuntu machine as the supplicant. I've followed this guide for ...