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We're working on a Aruba VIA VPN project, and I want to use the Palo Alto User-ID API to record the usernames of the logged in users without having them go through the captive portal.

This document looks like it would work really well for my purpose () but there is a slight problem. These computers will more than likely not be joined to the domain. So this line:

strXMLLine = strXMLLine & "<entry name=""" & WshNetwork.UserDomain & "\" & WshNetwork.UserName & """ ip=""" &      IPConfig.IPAddress(i) & """/>"

really won't work for me. Is there anyway to call a pop-up box, have the user enter their username, and then pass that username as a variable instead of "WshNetwork.UserName?"

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While you can add that to the script it would not be ideal, as we are not authenticating the user in that script, so they could type any name that wanted into the box and get mapped to them. Is your Aruba deployment using Enterprise WPA or some form of 802.1x authentication? If so you may find this document useful

Nick

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While you can add that to the script it would not be ideal, as we are not authenticating the user in that script, so they could type any name that wanted into the box and get mapped to them. Is your Aruba deployment using Enterprise WPA or some form of 802.1x authentication? If so you may find this document useful

Nick

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They are actually getting authenticated by the Aruba VIA VPN client with an RSA SecurID Token.

What do the Aruba logs look like? If you can just pull the syslog from it you may have your problem solved.

I have seen ones similar to this:

522008: |authmgr| User authenticated: Name=TESTDOMAIN\ssmith MAC=00:19:7e:66:93:e3 IP=192.168.198.3 method=802.1x server=IAS-Radius1 role=testdomain-employee


I was able to get it to work using the Syslog integration.

The Aruba log looked like this:

12-14-2011     11:58:54          Local1.Notice aruba.local   Dec 14 13:58:54 aruba.local authmgr[1527]: <522008> <NOTI> <aruba.local 127.0.0.1>  User Authentication Successful: username=USERNAME MAC=00:00:00:00:00:00 IP=X.X.X.X role=vpn-user VLAN=1 AP=N/A SSID=N/A AAA profile= auth method=VIA-VPN auth server=N/A

I filtered in Kiwi using the message text "User Authentication Successful"

I did have to add our domain to the script.

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