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Summary

Cisco Secure User Registration Tool (URT) is a dynamic authorization and policy control framework that manages access to the LAN by partitioning user traffic through VLANs. It provides organizations with increased LAN security by actively identifying and authenticating users as they access the network. URT associates users to the specific network resources they are authorized to use by dynamically assigning them to their appropriate VLAN, independent of their network port connection. URT also intelligently monitors and manages user identification, locations, and network access times and allows users to move throughout the campus and securely access their resources and services from any available LAN port. As a result, LAN user traffic is partitioned through VLAN port assignments based on a user's identity. With URT, RJ-45 wall jacks are no longer penetration threats to corporate networks.

Cisco Secure URT utilizes existing switch capabilities for registration of MAC as well as user information. Cisco Secure URT introduces new Web based logon capability that supports most commonly used client OS platforms, including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. URT also introduces authentication support for both LDAP as well as RADIUS directories (such as Cisco Secure ACS).

Cisco Secure URT interoperates with all Cisco switches that support VMPS functionality.

Main Cisco Secure URT Benefits

  • Saves time by managing all user access, authorization and tracking from central management tool.
  • Enhances network security by controlling user's access to the LAN.
  • Provides user's mobility for accessing the network from any LAN perimeter point.
  • Requires no manual installation of any software on the client's PC.
  • Provides scalable, flexible, and fully redundant deployment through existing appliance based solution.
  • Reduces costs by leveraging ubiquitous use of today's available domain controllers and directories.
  • Reduces costs by providing a natural extension to Cisco's Catalyst widely deployed switch infrastructure with minimal setup time.

Cisco Secure URT Benefits for Securing the LAN:

  • Controls switch access with user authentication security.
  • Complements the VMPS client functionality on Cisco's access switches for supporting remote branch access, frequent reorganizations, and common/shared area protection in enterprise environment.
  • Provides distributed and redundant VPS deployments for larger scalability and availability from remote offices
  • New Voice/Auxiliary VLAN support adds additional security for IP Telephony solutions.
  • URT serves as a central user and MAC based registration collection point for tracking and monitoring purposes.

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