are there more informations available.
I'd see the product in the price list and the webpage shows only the datasheet with some marketing yada yada.
Is that only a license for EMC or another VM server ... what do I need to test this and is it available now, is there a trial license.
I'm talking about the Information Governance Engine......
I'd like to test it in my lab but see no information how that system works = is it a part of EMC and I need only another license or is that a dedicated VM that tx information to EMC.
If i go into below option and click on help i could see few details as below.
Extreme Management Center > Extreme Management Center Tabs > Governance > Governance Dashboard
The Governance > Dashboard tab provides an overview of your audit test results performed over time on the devices in your network.
Use the drop-down menus at the top of the tab to select the regime and the date and time of the governance audit to view the results in the tab.
Please find below details,
How to Obtain and Apply a Governance License in Management Center
To use the Governance tab in Management Center, an additional license is required.
To obtain and apply the license in Management Center:
- Contact your sales representative to purchase an IGE (Information Governance Engine) license.
An email voucher is generated and sent to you with instructions.
AFAIK I'd only install one EMC eval license = I've installed a eval license last year on the customers EMC so he'd test NAC, right now the eval license is expired and the permanent license is active.
Q: Is it correct that I can't install another eval license in that case, if yes how could the customer test this new function or other new functions in the feature that require a separate license.
My setup is a V2110 pair running 10.31.04 - all APs are on #1 and #2 is my standby.
As they run in an availability pair all settings should be equal.
The result of the PCI test is that #1 passed with 89% and #2 failed with 5%.
Also the number of test failed in the diagram doesn't reflect the number of failed test in the list of tests in both cases.
Here a screenshot of both results with a filter on failed tests....
Let's get into detail....
failed test#1&2 on both EWCs = secure connections (Disable weak ciphers for secure connections)
On both EWCs (in GUI > Controller > Network > Secure Connections > enable Weak Cipers) the checkmark isn't set = disabled
failed test#5 only on EWC#2 = Default AP modes - strong cluster-shared secret
On both EWCs (in GUI > AP > Global > Registration > Secure Cluster > Cluster Shared Secret) the same pw is set - I think it's the default - in my case MvrDqIeb
failed test#5-7 only on EWC#1 = Implement a strong password SNMP admin user
On both EWCs (in GUI > Controller> Network > SNMP > SNMPv3) the same user snmpuser with default pw is set
Summary: Even both controllers of the pair have the same settings I get different results on the individual test and one controller passes the overall score with 89% and the second fails the score with 5%.