Monthly Archives: May 2015

How to Use aIOS WGB with EAP-TLS Authentication in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network

*+-This example shows how to configure and use an autonomous IOS (aIOS) AP, running in Workgroup Bridge (WGB) mode, with EAP-TLS authentication, in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN). In this example, a Microsoft Certification Authority (Windows 2003) issued the

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EAP-TLS under Unified Wireless Network with ACS 4.0 and Windows 2003

*+-Introduction This document describes how to configure secure wireless access using Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs), Microsoft Windows 2003 software and Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS) 4.0 via Extensible Authentication Protocol-Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS). Note: For more information about the deployment

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Configuring a Call Home Policy

*+-Call Home Policies Call Home policies determine whether or not Call Home alerts are sent for a specific type of fault or system event. By default, Call Home is enabled to send alerts for certain types of faults and system

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Configuring FCoE VDCs

*+-Creating a Dedicated Storage VDC Before You Begin Ensure you have installed the correct license for FCoE. SUMMARY STEPS 1.    configure terminal 2.    install feature-set fcoe 3.    system qos 4.    service-policy type network-qos policy-map name 5.    vdc vdc-name type storage

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Disabling PC Port and Settings button on an IP phone for Communications Manager Express

*+-For security reasons you may wish to disable the PC port on an IP phone and the Settings button. A good example of this would be a lobby phone where we don’t want the visitors to be able to discover

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Configuring an Inbound Dial Peer to Match on URI

*+-SUMMARY STEPS 1.    enable 2.    configure terminal 3.    voice class uri voice-class-uri-tag 4.    Specify a URI field for the voice class: host hostname-pattern host ipv4: ipv4-address host ipv6: ipv6-address host dns: dns-address pattern uri-pattern user-id username-pattern 5.    exit 6.    dial-peer

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