unidentified users and vlan assignment

Fabien COMBERNOUS fcombernous at kezia.com
Wed Sep 15 13:30:06 CEST 2010

  Thank you Phil for your answer.

On 15/09/2010 11:09, Phil Mayers wrote:
> Are you using 802.1x or macauth?
> If you are sending an access-reject, you can't assign a vlan. Reject 
> means "give no service". You either need to send an accept with a 
> vlan, or look for a "reject vlan" feature on your switch.
I'm using macauth. But how to assign a vlan on devices unidentified ?

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