Hello ChristophAs of right now 802.1AE is not supported on any of the equipment. The S series switches are capable of supporting 802.1AE but it has not been added to the SW as of yet. I believe the other half of MACsec (802.1X-2010) is still under developmentIf that changes we will let you knowThanksP
Hello Martin,nothing by way of operational network experience to offer but I'll kick in some trivia to give the thread a fresh timestamp. I expect this will be a popular topic before long. As new features go, this one is pretty cool.* hardware required: 7100-Series or S-Series s180-class * MACsec implementation is standards based - 8.02.1ae-2006 and 802.1x-1020* limited testing verifies interop with Juniper MACsec* MACsec licenses are applied per module. eval license available here: https://extranet.extremenetworks.com/mysupport/licensing/Pages/default.aspx extranet account required - immediate request/license turnaround* MACsec can be supported on every port in an S-Series chassis.* current implementation is switch to switch.* easily implemented - the example minimum config below can be mirrored on both sides1) set macsec port mka enable tg.1.12) set macsec pre-shared-key port tg.1.1 ckn foo cak passphrase bar* MACsec is supported on 1Gb/s and 10Gb/s ports and will run on fiber, copper, DAC etc. * 40Gb/s when run in 10G/s mode only. No virtual port support, physical ports onlyRegards,Mike
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