Cisco TrustSec Switch Configuration Guide
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Preface

Table Of Contents

Preface

Organization

Conventions

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Preface


Revised: February 10, 2012, OL-22192-02

Organization

This guide includes the following chapters and appendixes:

Chapter or Appendix Title
Description

Chapter 1 "Cisco TrustSec Overview"

Describes the elements and processes that create the Cisco TrustSec network.

Chapter 2 "Configuring the Cisco TrustSec Solution"

Provides an overview of configuration tasks required to implement a Cisco TrustSec Network.

Chapter 3 "Configuring Identities, Connections, and SGTs"

Provides NDAC and TrustSec seed device configuration procedures.

Chapter 4 "Configuring SGT Exchange Protocol over TCP (SXP) and Layer 3 Transport"

Provides SGT over TCP Protocol (SXP) configuration procedures.

Chapter 5 "Configuring SGACL Policies"

Provides Security Group ACL configuration procedures from the switch CLI.

Chapter 6 "Configuring Endpoint Admission Control"

Provides 802.1X, MAB, and WebAuth configuration procedures for a TrustSec context.

Chapter 7 "Cisco TrustSec Command Summary"

Provides a list of Cisco TrustSec CLI commands with brief descriptions.

"Notes for Catalyst 3750, 3560, and 2960 Series Switches"

Describes constraints, limitations, or considerations pertaining to TrustSec implementation of Catalyst 3750 and 3560 Series Switches.

"Notes for Catalyst 4500 Series Switches"

Describes constraints, limitations, or considerations pertaining to TrustSec implementation of Catalyst 4500 Series Switches.

"Notes for Catalyst 6500 Series Switches"

Describes constraints, limitations, or considerations pertaining to TrustSec implementation of Catalyst 6500 Series Switches.


Conventions

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