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X430 netlogin - shutdown port


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Hi,

the setup is a X430 with netlogin / MAC-auth via NAC.

I use RFC3580 to dynamical assign the VLAN to the port (as the X430 doesn't support policy/roles).

I'd like to auto shutdown ports if the client doesn't match a NAC rule or matches my last deny rule.
Is there a way to do it or a CLI netlogin command to shutdown the port if a reject is rx from the NAC.

Thanks,
Ron

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Userlevel 2
Return a 'shutdown'-profile which starts a upmscript (user-auth triggered), which disables the port....

Or a upm script triggered by the reject event....
Userlevel 6
Patrick Koppen wrote:

Return a 'shutdown'-profile which starts a upmscript (user-auth triggered), which disables the port....

Or a upm script triggered by the reject event....

Be aware X430 needs at least EXOS 16.2.x to support UPM Scripts!

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