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  • 1. Wireless Clients Describing the Cisco Secure Services Client
  • 2. The Cisco SSC Overview
      • The Cisco Secure Services Client is an 802.1X authentication supplicant
      • Both wired and wireless
      • Manages user and device identity
      • Cisco SSC suite comprises:
        • Cisco Secure Services Client
        • Cisco Secure Services Client administration utility
        • Cisco Secure Services Client log packager
  • 3. The Cisco SSC Licenses Non-expiring wired and wireless license Non-expiring wired-only license 90-day trial license License Non-expiring license for full feature set must be purchased Non-expiring license available for wired-only version of the client with a limited feature set. Default license in the download; purchase not required 90-day trial license available for full wired and wireless feature set. After 90-days, valid license key must be purchased. 90-day trial license key posted in download section. Must be entered through the activation screen of the client. Description
  • 4. Cisco Secure Services Client Installation The Cisco SSC client is easy to install. Rebooting the machine after the installation is recommended.
  • 5. The Cisco SSC — Configuration
    • No connection
    Connected
  • 6. The Cisco SSC — Creating New Groups
    • Connections are grouped
    In the SSC, connections are logically grouped. You can easily create new groups, or move connections between groups. You can also add basic wireless connections (PSK-based), but not secured or wired connections.
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    • Connections are grouped
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  • 9. The Cisco SSC — Creating New SSIDs
    • Inside groups, create connections
    The SSC allows the user to create simple connections
  • 10.
    • Inside groups, create connections
  • 11. The SSC allows the user to create simple connections
  • 12. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility
  • 13. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.)
    • Define which authentication policies the user may need (for all the networks to which he/she might associate)
    Defines license deployment, connection sequence, and media selection
  • 14. Defines license deployment, connection sequence, and media selection
  • 15.
    • Define which authentication policies the user may need (for all the networks to which he/she might associate)
  • 16. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.)
    • Define groups
    • and networks
    In the SSCAU, you would also manage groups, and network connections inside the groups
  • 17.
    • Define groups and networks
  • 18.
    • Define groups and networks
  • 19. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.)
    • Enterprise type of security options are present
    SSC administration utility creates wired and secured wireless profiles beyond SSC end user capabilities.
  • 20.  
  • 21.
    • Enterprise types of security options are present
  • 22. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.) Basic example of PEAP authentication configuration parameters
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  • 25. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.)
    • Save the profile to a XML file, ready to deploy
    Similar to ACAU, you save the profiles in a file. It will be of XML type, and it is the administrator’s responsibility to deploy the file to the right location on the clients’ machines.
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  • 27.
    • Save the profile to a XML file, ready to deploy
  • 28. Cisco Secure Services Client Administration Utility (Cont.)
    • This SSC instance shows both locally-defined and imported profiles
    But the user can not change the secure profiles
  • 29.
    • This SSC instance shows both locally-define and imported profiles
    But the user can not change the secure profiles
  • 30. Summary
      • Cisco SSC allows secure management of wired and wireless connections, with a Cisco card (or a card from another vendor).
      • It exists in limited to 90-day full licenses, wired-only, or wired and wireless unlimited licenses.
      • Its installation is straightforward and requires reboot.
      • The SSC allows users to create groups of connections and pre-shared key-based wireless network profiles.
      • The SSC administration utility allows creation of more complex rules and profiles.
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