Challenge with Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Integration for user-id mapping

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L0 Member

Challenge with Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Integration for user-id mapping

Hello All,

I am currently trying to integrate the cisco ise (radius server) to the Palo Alto Syslog filters so that the users that be tagged and policy applied to different categories of guest based on ISE permission.

Currently ISE seem to be sending authentication logs to Palo Alto but cannot seem to build the right regex to pull the relevant information.

Has anyone been able to do this?

Appreciate the response.

Best Regards

dan

L7 Applicator

Re: Challenge with Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Integration for user-id mapping

Hello Dan,

It looks like, previously you have  posted a similar query on this discussion forum, but still that is not answered. ( Cisco ISE Regex). In this situation, I would request you to consult with your Palo Alto SE for more relevant information.

Thanks

L0 Member

Re: Challenge with Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Integration for user-id mapping

Hi Hulk,

You are very correct :smileysad:

I must have forgotten, thanks for the reminder.

Best Regards

dan

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Re: Challenge with Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine) Integration for user-id mapping

Keep in mind that this will NOT work in a multi-domain environment with Cisco ISE 2.x. There is an ongoing Cisco Defect preventing integration. If you need this function, please add your company to the Cisco defect listed below. This will help us for Cisco to prioritise a defect fix. At the moment Cisco allege we are the only organisation impacted. Please reply to the post on the Cisco Forums to advise you are impacted - https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/aaa-identity-and-nac/are-you-impacted-ise-syslog-double-backslash...

 

We would appreciate your support in helping convince Cisco to resolve this issue.

 

 

Defect Details

CSCvk09565 ISE 2.x onwards RFC 3164 is not being followed completely

 

Symptom

Syslog messages are sent with double slash in the username field.

 

Characters which are escaped with double slash are ,;{}\

 

Conditions

ISE 2.x version

 

Keep in mind that this will NOT work in a multi-domain environment with Cisco ISE 2.x. There is an ongoing Cisco Defect preventing integration. If you need this function, please add your company to the Cisco defect listed below.

 

 

Defect Details

CSCvk09565 ISE 2.x onwards RFC 3164 is not being followed completely

 

Symptom

Syslog messages are sent with double slash in the username field.

 

Characters which are escaped with double slash are ,;{}\

 

Conditions

ISE 2.x version

 

Workaround

None

 

Further Problem Description

Below characters are escaped as of now

 

,;{}\

 

No Character should be escaped as per RFC 3164 which ISE follows.

Workaround

None

 

Further Problem Description

Below characters are escaped as of now

 

,;{}\

 

No Character should be escaped as per RFC 3164 which ISE follows.

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