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Administration Guide

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Network summary

Displays the access status of the containers and devices on the network. Enforced indicates that access control is enforced on the container or device. For example, hosts connecting to a device in the registration access control group are forced to register. Not Enforced indicates that no ports on the device or container are in the access control group.

Percentage Enforced indicates the percentage of ports that are in the selected access control group. For example, if a switch has 10 ports, and % Enforced displays 80%, then 8 of the 10 ports for that switch are an access control group, such as Registration. Unregistered hosts connecting to one of the 8 ports would be forced to register.

If a device group has 5 switches, and % Enforced for the group displays 20%, then one of the 5 switches in the device group has some ports in the access control group selected.

  1. Click Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Right-click the Customer icon.
  3. In the drop-down list, select Control Access Network Summary. This view shows all of the containers and devices on the network and their status for each system access group type.
  4. Click in the Type field to select a different system access group. Options include: authentication, registration, remediation, dead end, and role-based access.
  5. If there is a container, a device within a container, or device whose status is Not Enforced, use Topology and Control Access to modify their status.

Network summary

Displays the access status of the containers and devices on the network. Enforced indicates that access control is enforced on the container or device. For example, hosts connecting to a device in the registration access control group are forced to register. Not Enforced indicates that no ports on the device or container are in the access control group.

Percentage Enforced indicates the percentage of ports that are in the selected access control group. For example, if a switch has 10 ports, and % Enforced displays 80%, then 8 of the 10 ports for that switch are an access control group, such as Registration. Unregistered hosts connecting to one of the 8 ports would be forced to register.

If a device group has 5 switches, and % Enforced for the group displays 20%, then one of the 5 switches in the device group has some ports in the access control group selected.

  1. Click Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Right-click the Customer icon.
  3. In the drop-down list, select Control Access Network Summary. This view shows all of the containers and devices on the network and their status for each system access group type.
  4. Click in the Type field to select a different system access group. Options include: authentication, registration, remediation, dead end, and role-based access.
  5. If there is a container, a device within a container, or device whose status is Not Enforced, use Topology and Control Access to modify their status.