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ESP Policy Deploy

This guide is written to help IT professionals with prescriptive steps to deploy an effective policy enforcement solution for Orange Widget Logistics (OWL), a fictional enterprise described on the Reference Customer page.

The guide offers instructions for implementing the solution across corporate offices and remote branches using the following products:

  • Aruba CX 6300 Series Switches
  • Aruba 9000 Series Gateways
  • Aruba 500 & 600 Series Access Points
  • Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager
  • Windows Server 2022 Active Directory Domain Services
  • Microsoft Entra ID (Formerly Azure AD)
  • VMWare vSphere

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Document Conventions

Bold text indicates a command, navigational path, or a user interface element.

Examples:

  • the show port-access client command

  • Go to Configuration > Identity > Role Mappings

Italic text indicates important terminology or a value in a user interface field.

Examples:

  • The Enforcement Policy determines ClearPass’s authentication response based on its configured Rules list and is processed from the top down.
  • Name: RSVC-CP01

Shaded blocks indicate variables for which you should substitute a value appropriate for your environment.

Example:

  • VRRP VIP: 10.0.5.1

Note: For the most up-to-date information on ESP Policy solutions, please refer to the Validated Solution Guide Program


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