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Wired networks can learn a thing or two from wireless networks. Join us in this session to learn how you can easily extend 802.1x authentication, role based access, rogue AP detection and device type ...

Wired networks can learn a thing or two from wireless networks. Join us in this session to learn how you can easily extend 802.1x authentication, role based access, rogue AP detection and device type visibility to wired access. You will also get a chance to understand how Aruba Instant APs interact automatically with Aruba Mobility Access switches for unified wired / wireless access deployments.
To learn more, visit us at http://www.arubanetworks.com/wlan. Join the discussion at https://community.arubanetworks.com

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Extending Role Based Policies to Wired Access Extending Role Based Policies to Wired Access Presentation Transcript

  • Extending Role-Based Policies to Wired Access Madani Adjali & Scott Calzia March, 2014
  • CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved 2 #AirheadsConf Agenda Platform Overview Native AAA ClearPass Policy Manager Integration
  • 3 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Introducing the Aruba Mobility Access Switch Family • Security to wired access – Flexible role-based access – Policy moves from wireless to wired • Operational simplicity – Low-touch installation and configuration – Dynamic configuration of user policies – Integration with Aruba APs • Simplify the network – Reduce VLANs in the closet – Extend logical configurations • 802.11ac Ready – Scaled to support high-density deployments – PoE+ on every switch port – 10GbE uplinks (S2500/S3500)
  • 4 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Mobility Access Switch Capabilities A. Ethernet Switch • Layer 2/3 forwarding • Native Role-based policy enforcement B. Integration with ClearPass • Downloadable Role/ACL • Captive Portal C. Wired Access Point • Tunneled Node • Role-based policy enforcement at Mobility Controller • Single policy for WLAN and LAN A. L2/L3 Forwarding C. Wired AP Mobility Access Switch Access Point LAN Core Mobility Controller AirWave Management Platform ClearPass Policy Manager B. User-Role Download
  • 5 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S3500 Mobility Access Switch • Designed for Wired Access – 24/48 Port Models – Wire-rate and non-blocking performance – Role-based access with user visibility – Per port PoE/PoE+ • ArubaStack – Stack up to 8 devices – Up to 384x GbE and 16x 10GbE – Single management IP address – Single configuration file • Flexible Forwarding Options – Traditional L2/L3 Switching – Tunnel traffic to Mobility Controller • Modular Components – Field replaceable AC power supplies • Optional redundant power supply – Field replaceable fan tray – Optional 4-port uplink module • 1000BASE/10GBASE-x SFP/SFP+ PoE budget values are provided for single PSU and dual PSU configurations SKU Ports PoE Budget S3500-24F 24x1000BASE-x Not Applicable S3500-24T 24x10/100/1000BASE-T Not Applicable S3500-24P 24x10/100/1000BASE-T 400W | 689W S3500-48T 48x10/100/1000BASE-T Not Applicable S3500-48P 48x10/100/1000BASE-T 400W | 689W S3500-48PF 48x10/100/1000BASE-T 850W | 1465W
  • 6 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S3500: Front and Rear Views • Modular Components – Power Supplies – Fan Tray – Uplink Module • Management – Console (RJ45 Serial) – Out-of-band Ethernet – USB Storage – LCD Display • Dimensions & Airflow – 1RU – 1.75˝ (H) x 17.5˝ (W) x 17.5˝ (D) – Front/Side to Rear Airflow • Mounting Options – 2 Post Rack (front & mid-mount) – 4 Post Rack – Wall Mount • Limited Lifetime Warranty Optional Uplink Module S3500 Rear View USB Console Field-Replaceable Fan Tray Hot-Swappable Power Supplies Ethernet Out-of-Band S3500-24F Front View 24x1000BASE-X SFP Ports LCD S3500-48P Front View Fixed 10/100/1000BASE-T Ports LCD
  • 7 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S2500 Mobility Access Switch • Designed for Wired Access – 24/48 Port 10/100/1000BASE-T – Wire-rate and non-blocking performance – Role-based access with user visibility – Per port PoE/PoE+ • ArubaStack – Stack up to 8 devices – Up to 384x GbE and 16x 10GbE – Single management IP address – Single configuration file – Stackable with S3500 • Flexible Forwarding Options – Traditional L2/L3 Switching – Tunnel traffic to Mobility Controller • Integrated Components – Built in fans for quiet operation – Fixed 4-port uplinks • 1000BASE/10GBASE-x SFP/SFP+ SKU Ports PoE Budget S2500-24T 24x 10/100/1000BASE-T Not Applicable S2500-24P 24x 10/100/1000BASE-T 400W S2500-48T 48x 10/100/1000BASE-T Not Applicable S2500-48P 48x 10/100/1000BASE-T 400W
  • 8 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S2500: Front and Rear Views S2500 Front View LCD Display Fixed 10/100/1000BASE-T Ports • Fixed Components – Built-in 4xSFP/SFP+ Uplinks – Integrated Power Supply • PoE Budget – 400W – PoE Priority Available • Management – Console (RJ45 & mUSB Serial) – Out-of-band Ethernet – USB Storage – LCD Display • Dimensions & Airflow – 1RU – 1.75˝ (H) x 17.5˝ (W) x 12˝ (D) – Side to side airflow • Mounting Options – 2 Post Rack (Front) – Wall & 2-Post Mid Mount • Limited Lifetime Warranty Fixed 4x 1000BASE-x/10GBASE-x (SFP/SFP+) Ports S2500 Rear View USB Integrated Power Supply Ethernet Out-of-Band RJ-45 & Mini-USB Console Fixed Fans
  • 9 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S2500: Front and Rear Views • Designed for Wired Access – 12/24/48 Port 10/100/1000BASE-T – Wire-rate and non-blocking performance – Role-based access with user visibility – Per port PoE/PoE+ • ArubaStack – Stack up to 8 devices – Single management IP address – Single configuration file • Flexible Forwarding Options – Traditional L2/L3 Switching – Tunnel traffic to Mobility Controller • Integrated Components – Built in fans for quiet operation (24P/48P) – Fanless (12P) – Fixed 2-port (12P) & 4-port (24P/48P) uplinks • 1000BASE-x SFP SKU Ports PoE Budget S1500-12P 12x 10/100/1000BASE-T 120W S1500-24P 24x 10/100/1000BASE-T 400W S1500-48P 48x 10/100/1000BASE-T 400W
  • 10 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S1500-24P/48P: Front & Rear Views S1500-24/48P Rear View Console USB Fixed 4x 1000BASE-X (SFP) Ports 48x 10/100/1000 (RJ45) Ports • Fixed Components – Built-in 4xSFP Uplinks – Integrated Power Supply • PoE Budget – 400W – PoE Priority Available • Features & Scaling – Same features as S2500/S3500 – Reduced scaling vs. S2500/S3500 • Management – Console (RJ45) – USB Storage • Dimensions & Airflow – 1RU – 1.75˝ (H) x 17.5˝ (W) x 12˝ (D) – Side to side airflow • Mounting Options – 2 Post Rack (Front) – Wall & 2-Post Mid Mount • Limited Lifetime Warranty Integrated Power Supply Fixed Fans Mode LEDs and Selector S1500-48P Front View
  • 11 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf S1500-12P: Front & Rear Views S1500-12P - Front View USB Console RJ-45 12x 10/100/1000Base-T With 8x PoE/PoE+) 2x 1000BASE-x (SFP) Mode LEDs and Selector Cooling Vents on Top and Bottom for Fanless Design • Fixed Components – Built-in 2xSFP Uplinks – Integrated Power Supply • PoE Budget – 8x PoE/PoE+ with 120W Budget – PoE Priority Available • Features & Scaling – Same features as S2500/S3500 – Reduced scaling vs. S2500/S3500 • Management – Console (RJ45) – USB Storage • Dimensions & Airflow - 1.72" (H) x 13" (W) x 8.9" (D) – Fanless • Mounting Options – Desktop (Rubber feet included) – Rack & Wall Mount (Included) – Magnet Mount (Optional) • Limited Lifetime Warranty S1500-12P - Rear View Integrated Power Supply Security Lock Slot
  • 12 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Platform Comparison Capability / Feature S3500-XXP S3500-XXT S2500-XXP S2500-XXT S1500- XXP S1500- 12P Number of Ports 24/48 24/48 24/48 24/48 24/48 12 10/100/1000 Fixed Ports Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Line Rate Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Uplink Performance 4 x 10G SFP+ 4 x 10G SFP+ 4 x 10G SFP+ 4 x 10G SFP+ 4 x 1G SFP 2 x 1G SFP Uplinks Options Modular Modular Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated LCD Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Modular Power Yes Yes No No No No Dual Power Yes Yes No No No No PoE/PoE+ (15.4W/30W) Yes N/A Yes N/A Yes Yes PoE Budget (W) 400/689/1465 N/A 400 N/A 400 120 Max Simultaneous PoE/PoE+ 48A/48A N/A 25/13 N/A 25/13 7/4 Modular Fan (FRU) Yes Yes No No No No ArubaStack Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Max ArubaStack Members 8 8 8 8 8 8 Mixed Product Line ArubaStacks Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Depth 17.5”/19.5”A 17.5” <12” <12” <12” <9” Ambient Sound 48dB 48dB 42dB 42dB 42dB 0dB List Price (24/48) $3,995B/$6,995B $3,195B/$5,495B $3,795/$6,795 $2,995/$5,195 $2,495/$4,595 $1,595 Note A: Assumes dual 1050W power supplies | Note B: Single power supply(600W for P SKU and 350W for T SKU) and no uplink module (S3500-4x10G - List $1495)
  • 13 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Features & Capabilities Overview • Spanning Tree - Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP) - Rapid PVST+ • Link Aggregation Group • Hot Standby Link • L2 Generic Router Encapsulation • Voice VLAN - LLDP-MED - CDP Fingerprinting • Port Security - DHCP Snooping, DAI & IPSG • Quality of Service - Strict Priority Queuing - 1 Rate Tri-Color Policing • Ethernet OAM 802.3ah Platform / Layer 2 Features Routing / Branch Features • Routed Virtual Interfaces (RVI) • Static Routing • OSPFv2 - MD5 Authentication - Route Filtering • Policy Based Routing • Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol • L3 Generic Router Encapsulation • Multicast - PIM-SM - IGMP Snooping/MLDv1 • Network Address Translation • Stateful Firewall • Site to Site VPN - Includes OSPF over VPN
  • 14 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Features & Capabilities Overview (Cont.) • Role Based User Access • User Derived Roles - MAC Address Variable Match - DHCP Signature Match - LLDP/CDP Phone Match • AAA Authentication - 802.1x - MAC Auth - Captive Portal (Internal/External) • External Authentication Servers - Radius - TACACS+ - LDAP • Radius Fail-Open Authentication & Security Aruba Portfolio Integration • Aruba Activate • Mobility Controller - Tunneled Node - AirGroup - Auto AP PoE Prioritization - Auto AP QoS Trust • Instant AP - Auto AP PoE Prioritization - Auto AP QoS Trust - Rogue AP Enforcement - VLAN Sharing • ClearPass Policy Manager (CPPM) - Downloadable Roles & ACLs - Redirect to ClearPass Guest
  • 15 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Native AAA
  • 16 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Aruba AAA View Of The World Manufacturers Via MAC OUI Operating Systems Via DHCP Fingerprinting Our Mobility Access Switches see… And our security enforcement model uses… MAC Addresses Usernames/P asswords IP Phones Via Device-Type Fingerprinting User-roles …provisioned locally or dynamically which simplifies AAA deployments
  • 17 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf What is User-Role? A user-role is a container that consists of: • VLAN ID • Access Control Lists • QoS Profile • Policer Profile • Captive Portal Settings • VoIP Profile …A user-role can be referenced locally or passed down via a Radius Vendor Specific Attribute
  • 18 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf How Do I Implement User- Roles? •User Derivation Rules • Manufacturers by Vendor OUI – Instead of pre-populating a user database or a static MAC bypass list with MAC addresses from the same vendor, create a UDR to match on the Vendor’s OUI (first 6 digits or 24 bits) and assign a VLAN or user- role. • Operating Systems by DHCP Fingerprinting – Operating systems and some classes of devices utilize unique DHCP messages (e.g. the options they request, the order of the options). A UDR can be created to match on that unique fingerprint or signature and assign a VLAN or user-role. • IP Phone by Device-Type Fingerprinting – IP Phones and AAA don’t always get along. Device-Type fingerprinting allows you to match on an IP Phone’s LLDP/CDP “phone” capability announcement so you can create a UDR to assign a VLAN or user-role. No External Radius Required!
  • 19 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf How Do I Implement User- Roles? •Traditional AAA Services • 802.1x – For clients with 802.1x compatible supplicants, 802.1x provides secure access using usernames/passwords and/or certificates. Authenticated users can be assigned a default user-role or a specific user-role. • MAC Authentication – For network assets that do not support 802.1x, MAC authentication can be used to allow access to the network. Authenticated users can be assigned a default user-role or a specific user-role. • Captive Portal – For guest clients, a web page can be provided so that they can login and gain access. Guest users can then be assigned a specific user-role limiting their network access. Supported with Internal and External Auth Servers!
  • 20 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf Native AAA Demo
  • 21 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf ClearPass Policy Manager Integration
  • 22 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved #AirheadsConf 802.11n AP ClearPass ClearPass Policy Manager Integration Mobility Controller 1. User provides their credentials and other context to Authenticate Context • User: Joe Smith • Role: Guest • Device: Apple iPad • Date: M-F, 8am-5pm • Access: Internet Mobility Access Switch 2. ClearPass Policy Manager returns Role & Policy for User/Device 3. Role & Policy pushed to the Mobility Controller for Role & Policy Enforcement** 3. Role & Policy pushed to the Mobility Access Switch for Role & Policy Enforcement Policy Enforcement Policy Definition **Roadmap
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  • 24 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2014. Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved Thank You #AirheadsConf