Click the New Server tab. Click Add Clean Access Server. As shown in Figure 12, click the List of Servers tab. Enable Layer 3 support. Click the Network tab Figure
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Few organizations are closed entities with well-defined security perimeters, which has led to the creation of perimeterless networks with ubiquitous access. Organizations need to have internal security systems that are more comprehensive, pervasive, and tightly integrated than in the past.
Cisco NAC Appliance allows you to enforce host security policies on all hosts managed and unmanaged as they enter the interior of the network, regardless of their access method, ownership, device type, application set, or operating system. Cisco NAC Appliance provides proactive protection at the network entry point. You will learn about all aspects of the NAC Appliance solution including configuration and best practices for design, implementation, troubleshooting, and creating a host security policy.
Jamey joined Cisco in and currently leads its Western Security Asset team and is a field advisor for its U. Security Virtual team. His areas of expertise include network and host security design and implementation, security regulatory compliance, and routing and switching. He has been working in the IT field for 13 years and in IT security for 9 years.
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Cisco NAC Appliance: Enforcing Host Security with Clean Access
Cisco NAC Appliance (Clean Access)