I am new to NAC and appreciate you could help me in understanding switch configuration on using Genians.
Current we define switch or trunk port with VLANs on each port.
With Genians, we configure all ports as trunk port?
Genians could detect endpoint and based on policies assign VLAN (IP) to the endpoint?
Greetings Chee Meng Hong!
It is not necessary to configure all of the Switch Ports as Trunk Ports within our NAC Setup. You only need to configure the Trunk Port connected to the Network Sensor. A single Network Sensor can manage all segmented networks (VLANs) through the Trunk Port and detect all endpoints that exist in each VLAN.
Check out the following pages for a better understanding of Genian NAC.
How Genian NAC Works: https://www.genians.com/genian-nac-works/
Installation Guide (All-in-one): https://www.genians.com/docs/install-policy-server-on-a-physical-machine/
Installation Guide (Network Sensor): https://www.genians.com/docs/install-network-sensor-physical-machine/
If you have any more questions, I will be happy to answer them.