I am new to NAC and appreciate you could help me in understanding switch configuration on using Genians.
Current we define switch or trunk port with VLANs on each port.
With Genians, we configure all ports as trunk port?
Genians could detect endpoint and based on policies assign VLAN (IP) to the endpoint?
Greetings Chee Meng Hong,
The switch port only has to be Trunked if it is being connected to another Switch. As for the VLAN, our Sensor does not change any of the VLAN configuration you have done. If you have VLAN’s set up, you would follow our Sensor Guide and enter in the VLAN information into the configuration so that the Sensor can read and identify the VLAN and the IP’s connected to those VLAN’s.
If you would like, we can schedule a conference call where we can do a live demo as well as assist you with your issues in real-time so that all your problems will be remediated. If so, please contact us at hello@Genians.com with some time options that are good for you.