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Analytics - user identification

Analytics - user identification

EF
Contributor II

Hi team,

in a XIQ-SE deployment with Analytics and without NAC, is there anyway to identify the user?

analytics.jpg

Regards

EF

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Ryan_Yacobucci
Extreme Employee

No, the username column information is sourced from the distributed cache that exists between NAC appliances. I don't believe there is any other way to get the username information to populate. 

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Zdeněk_Pala
Valued Contributor III

Hi EF.

here is something that can help you: 

https://emc.extremenetworks.com/content/oneview/docs/connect/docs/l_ov_connect_managementitoperation...

also the NBI call:

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/XIQ-SE_API/22.9.10/GraphQLschema/accesscontrolmutations.do... 

 

Good luck

 

Regards Zdeněk Pala

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Zdeněk_Pala
Valued Contributor III

You can use API call to fill the NAC end-system table (MAC, IP, Username, Hostname). Then these data will be used by Analytics.

Regards Zdeněk Pala

Hi Zdenek,

Please, Could you share some doc about this kind of integration? Is it avavilable for other RADIUS servers like ClearPass or NPS?

 

Regards

 

EF

 

Zdeněk_Pala
Valued Contributor III

Hi EF.

here is something that can help you: 

https://emc.extremenetworks.com/content/oneview/docs/connect/docs/l_ov_connect_managementitoperation...

also the NBI call:

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/XIQ-SE_API/22.9.10/GraphQLschema/accesscontrolmutations.do... 

 

Good luck

 

Regards Zdeněk Pala

Luca_Messori
New Contributor II

Hi

you can configure Identity Managenent:

https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000080009

KInd regards

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