Avaya Identity Engines Ignition Server Lite Product Details
Avaya Identity Engines Ignition Server includes an easy-to-configure policy engine that lets you make network access decisions based on the user's identity, his or her account details and group memberships, the location of the login attempt, the time of day, and many other pieces of information. For example, an Avaya Identity Engines Ignition Server policy can grant a user access based on her identity, her point of access (which network switch or wireless access point she is connecting through), and her laptop's security state (ensuring her laptop is a company-owned laptop as recorded in the corporate Active Directory store and ensuring it has up-to-date anti-virus profiles installed).
Ignition Server's abilities to check whether the user's workstation has passed MAC authentication, Windows machine authentication, and/or a security posture check are key features that set it apart from other network access control tools. In short, Ignition Server lets you combine many policy elements to enforce a single rule such as: authenticate the user with PEAP/MSCHAPv2, check that his or her device has been authenticated, and if those are successful, assign the user to the appropriate VLAN based on his or her role. Ignition Server also authenticates devices and can be set to offer a bypass of 802.1X authentication for older devices on your network that cannot perform an 802.1X authentication.
Category: Networking applications - remote access / login control, monitoring & performance management
Product Type: License
License Type: 1 virtual appliance
Manufactured by: AVAYA
Warranty provided by: AVAYA
Mfg Part No: EB1639245
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Shipping Weight: 2.2200 pound(s)
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