Cisco NAC Appliance - Clean Access Server Configuration Guide, Release 4.7(5)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - F - G - H - I - L - M - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

AD SSO Configuration Steps for CAM, CAS, and AD Server 8-5

AD SSO Overview 8-1

ARP, configuring 4-31

B

Bandwidth

limiting usage 7-14

bursting 7-14

C

cached ARP, flushing 4-32

calculating subnets (DHCP) 5-10

certificate. See SSL certificate.

Clean Access

shared devices 10-4

Clean Access Server management pages 1-6

connection checking, user 9-1

CSR, generating 11-14

D

deployment

operating mode, choosing 2-1

DHCP

configuring5-2to 5-23

creating pools 5-8

overview 5-1

relay 5-3

relay status 11-2

DNS settings 4-24

F

filter policies7-1to 7-16

IP address 4-43

MAC address 4-39

subnet, specifying by 4-43

floating devices 10-4

flushing cached ARP 4-32

fragmentation, IP packet 7-5

G

generating DHCP pools 5-10

global settings 1-8

H

heartbeat timer 9-1

I

interface settings 4-11

IP address

filtering by 4-43

reserved 5-22

IP address, configuring the server 4-12, 4-13

IP filter status 11-2

IP fragment packets 7-5

IPSec server status 11-2

L

local settings 1-8

login page 9-3

M

MAC address filter policies 4-39

O

operating modes

overview2-1to 2-8

Real-IP gateway 2-2

virtual gateway 2-2

P

passthrough, VLAN ID 4-33

R

real-IP gateway

overview 2-2

reserved IP addresses 5-22

roles, user

assignment priority 4-39

default policies 7-2

routes, static 4-29

S

shared devices 10-4

SSL Certificate

Certificate-Related Files 11-33

overview 11-6

SSL certificate

exporting CSR 11-14

static route, using 4-29

status tab 11-1

subnet, managing access 4-43

subnetting rules 5-6

T

time, system 11-37

timing out users 9-1

transparent Windows login 9-8

U

users

time-out settings 9-1

windows login 9-8

V

virtual gateway

overview 2-2

VLAN settings

overview 4-32

W

Windows login 9-8