In this final part of the series on preparing the Catalyst switch for ISE integration, we will examine the 802.1X commands that are most likely going to be required in your lab exam. You should remember that these commands follow the 802.1X you specified in your method lists that you configured in Part 1 of this series.
In the last post in this series, we took a look at the configuration of the AAA method lists and other fun AAA requirements. These point to a RADIUS server (or group thereof). This should logically make you think of the RADIUS server setup itself. Let’s tackle the most likely commands for the lab exam now. Once again, be ready to be flexible at the command line and meet the requirements of your specific lab task. Context sensitive help can obviously be your best friend.
Introduction and Documentation Path
There is quite a bit that needs to be configured on a switch in order for the device to integrate with the Identity Service Engine (ISE) correctly. In this series of posts, we will break down the different areas of the full configuration and ensure that we know what each command in each of the major sections does. Remember, we never want to be inserting commands on exam day from rote memory, without a solid grasp on what the command is actually doing.