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Cisco ISE for BYOD and Secure Unified Access by Aaron Woland, Jamey Heary

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Chapter 18. Setting Up a Distributed Deployment

Chapter 4, “Making Sense of All the ISE Deployment Design Options,” discussed the many options within ISE design. At this point, you should have an idea of which type of deployment will be the best fit for your environment, based on the number of concurrent endpoints and the number of policy services nodes that will be used in the deployment. This chapter focuses on the configuration steps required to deploy ISE in a distributed design.

Configuring ISE Nodes in a Distributed Environment

All ISE nodes are installed in a standalone mode by default. When in a standalone mode, the ISE node is configured to run all personas by default. That means that the standalone node runs Administration, Monitoring, ...

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