11-29-2017 03:14 AM
When enabling user-id where does it check against to get the information to identify the users? I have it turned on for serveral zones and it only seems to work on the VPN user-id's.
12-05-2017 01:52 PM
Yes it is enabled on the zones but apparently I don't have everything it needs set up because its still not working. I can see how that would be annoying LOL 😉
12-18-2017 07:58 AM
I see that there is a userid agent method and a clientless userid method. What are people using the most? I know that the clientless method will cause more load on my firewall but i am not sure how to gage how much it will add. Also we do mostly LDAP on a unbuntu box all I saw was what looked like one compatible with active directory and window
12-20-2017 08:14 AM
I have read over this a couple times and this is no small udertaking, we have a mix of authentication methods active directory, ad-ldap, open ldap and radius. I may try puttin the agent on the AD domain controller and see how much info I get from that. Unfortunately alot of the users are not a part of our domain since they are college student and connect using their own devices
12-20-2017 08:27 AM
Do you seperate your students into a 'student' VLAN? It's possible to simply include IP ranges that you would actually expect to see the user-id information, and you could simply ignore your student BYOD devices.
12-20-2017 08:33 AM
Yes we do separate them into their own vlans as well as a separate zone on the PA. A majority of our students use wireless for everything and we authenticate against radius to let them on the wireless(we have more than one wireless). Is it possible to get userid information from Radius?
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