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A customer wants CPPM to authenticate non-802.1X-capable devices. An admin has created the service shown in the exhibits below:
What is one recommendation to improve security?
MAC Authentication Bypass (MAB) is a technique that allows non-802.1X-capable devices to bypass the 802.1X authentication process and gain network access based on their MAC addresses. However, MAB has some security drawbacks, such as the possibility of MAC address spoofing or unauthorized devices being added to the network. Therefore, it is recommended to use a custom MAC-Auth authentication method that adds an additional layer of security to MAB.
A custom MAC-Auth authentication method is a method that uses a combination of the MAC address and another attribute, such as a username, password, or certificate, to authenticate the device. This way, the device needs to provide both the MAC address and the additional attribute to gain access, making it harder for an attacker to spoof or impersonate the device. A custom MAC-Auth authentication method can be created and configured in ClearPass Policy Manager (CPPM) by following the steps in the Customizing MAC Authentication - Aruba page.
You want to use Device Insight tags as conditions within CPPM role mapping or enforcement policy rules.
What guidelines should you follow?
According to the Aruba Cloud Authentication and Policy Overview1, Device Insight tags are stored in the Endpoint Repository and can be used as conditions within CPPM role mapping or enforcement policy rules. The rule condition type should be Endpoint, and the attribute should be Device Insight Tags. No extra authorization source is required for services that use policies with these rules. Therefore, option D is the correct answer.
Option A is incorrect because creating an HTTP authentication source to the Central API is not necessary to use Device Insight tags as conditions. Device Insight tags are already synchronized between Central and CPPM, and can be accessed from the Endpoint Repository.
Option B is incorrect because using the Application type for the rule conditions is not applicable to Device Insight tags. The Application type is used to match attributes from the Application Authentication source, which is used to integrate with third-party applications such as Microsoft Intune or Google G Suite.
Option C is incorrect because using the Endpoints Repository type for the rule conditions is not valid for Device Insight tags. The Endpoints Repository type is used to match attributes from the Endpoints Repository source, which is different from the Endpoint type. The Endpoints Repository source contains information about endpoints that are manually added or imported into CPPM, while the Endpoint type contains information about endpoints that are dynamically discovered and profiled by CPPM or Device Insight. Adding Endpoints Repository as a secondary authentication source for services that use policies with these rules is also unnecessary and redundant.
You are setting up Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager (CPPM) to enforce EAP-TLS authentication with Active Directory as the authentication source. The company wants to prevent users with disabled accounts from connecting even if those users still have valid certificates.
As the first part of meeting these criteria, what should you do to enable CPPM to determine where accounts are enabled in AD or not?
According to the ClearPass Policy Manager User Guide1, userAccountControl is a custom attribute in Active Directory that contains a set of flags that define the properties and behavior of user accounts. One of these flags is ACCOUNTDISABLE, which indicates whether the account is disabled or not. By adding this attribute to the filters in the AD authentication source, CPPM can retrieve this attribute for each user and use it as a condition in the enforcement policies to prevent users with disabled accounts from connecting even if they have valid certificates. Therefore, option C is the correct answer.
You are designing an Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager (CPPM) solution for a customer. You learn that the customer has a Palo Alto firewall that filters traffic between clients in the campus and the data center.
Which integration can you suggest?
This option allows CPPM to receive real-time information about the network activity and security posture of the clients from the firewall, and then apply appropriate enforcement actions based on the configured policies 12. For example, if a client is detected to be infected with malware or violating the network usage policy, CPPM can quarantine or disconnect the client from the network 2.
Refer to the scenario.
A customer has an AOS10 architecture that is managed by Aruba Central. Aruba infrastructure devices authenticate clients to an Aruba ClearPass cluster.
In Aruba Central, you are examining network traffic flows on a wireless IoT device that is categorized as “Raspberry Pi” clients. You see SSH traffic. You then check several more wireless IoT clients and see that they are sending SSH also.
You want a fast way to find a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH.
What step can you take?
This is because the Live Events monitoring tool is a feature that allows you to view and filter real-time events and alerts from your network devices and clients on Aruba Central. You can use the Live Events monitoring tool to detect which IoT clients have used SSH by applying the following filters:
The Live Events monitoring tool will then display a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH, along with other information such as their IP address, MAC address, hostname, SSID, AP name, etc. You can also export the list as a CSV file for further analysis or reporting.
A. Create and apply a Central client profile tag that selects the SSH application and the clients’ category. This is not the fastest way to find a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH because creating and applying a client profile tag is a process that involves several steps and might take some time to take effect. A client profile tag is a feature that allows you to group and classify clients based on various criteria, such as device type, OS, category, application, etc. To create and apply a client profile tag that selects the SSH application and the clients’ category, you need to do the following:
After applying the tag, you can then filter the client list by the tag name and see a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH. However, this method might not be as fast or accurate as using the Live Events monitoring tool, as it depends on how often the client profile tags are updated and synchronized with Aruba Central.
B. Run a search for SSH traffic and loT client IDs in Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager’s (CPPM’s) accounting information. This is not the fastest way to find a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH because running a search in CPPM’s accounting information is a process that involves accessing another system and querying a large amount of data. Accounting information is a feature that allows CPPM to collect and store data about network sessions, such as start time, end time, duration, bytes sent/received, etc. To run a search for SSH traffic and IoT client IDs in CPPM’s accounting information, you need to do the following:
The query will then return a list of all the network sessions that involved SSH traffic and IoT clients. However, this method might not be as fast or convenient as using the Live Events monitoring tool, as it requires logging in to another system and searching through a large amount of data that might not be relevant or current.
D. Use Central’s Gateway IDS/IPS Security Dashboard to search for SSH events and sources. This is not a valid way to find a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH because the Gateway IDS/IPS Security Dashboard is a feature that only applies to wired network devices connected to Aruba gateways, not wireless devices connected to Aruba APs. The Gateway IDS/IPS Security Dashboard is a feature that allows you to monitor and manage security events and alerts from your wired network devices on Aruba Central. You can use the Gateway IDS/IPS Security Dashboard to search for security events related to SSH, such as brute force attacks or unauthorized access attempts, but not for normal SSH traffic from wireless IoT devices. Therefore, this method will not help you find a list of all the IoT clients that have used SSH.