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

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Chapter 19. Inline Posture Node

The Secure Unified Access system is built around the premise that it must work for Cisco customers first, and everyone else second. Or at least that would be our interpretation of it. As stated previously in the book, Cisco has developed enhancements to identity networking to bring functionality beyond what the industry standards can provide today.

One example of these enhancement is session-aware networking (sessionization), where the network access device (NAD) and the RADIUS server (ISE) share a common session ID per authentication, which, for the first time ever, allows both the policy server and the NAD to have a clear understanding of the current state of an authentication. Another example is the use of multiple ...

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