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Cisco NAC Appliance: Enforcing Host Security with Clean Access by Alok Agrawal, Chad Sullivan - CCIE No. 6493, Jerry Lin - CCIE No. 6469, Jamey Heary - CCIE No. 7680

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Chapter 7. The Basics: Principal Configuration Tasks for the NAM and NAS

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This chapter explains the basic configuration tasks required to install and configure the NAC Appliance Manager (NAM) and NAC Appliance Server (NAS).

The NAM and NAS are software packages that are installed on top of their own dedicated server appliance. The software is built on a hardened Linux kernel and will turn each dedicated server into a Cisco appliance. This means you cannot install any other third-party software on top of the Linux ...

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