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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 10. Configuring Out-of-Band

This chapter covers the following topics:

This chapter covers the configuration of the Out-of-Band (OOB) mode in both Layer 2 (where users are Layer 2 adjacent to NAC Appliance Server) and Layer 3 (where users are one or more hops away from NAC Appliance Server) scenarios. For detailed information explaining what OOB is and how it compares to In-Band (IB) mode, see Chapter 4, "Making Sense of All the Cisco NAC Appliance Design Options," earlier in this book. This book does not include a chapter on configuring In-Band mode. The main reason for ...

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