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Registered: ‎01-17-2012

Common Access Card (CAC) and Certifcation questions about Brocade 5100

This site requires Common Access Card (CAC) for logins.  Any way this can be done for a Brocade 5100 switch?

If not, any way to have multiple users on the Brocade 5100?

Also, this site requires a locally signed SSL certificate for devices on the network.  Anyway, a locally signed SSL certificate could be applied to a Brocare switch?

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Registered: ‎12-30-2009

Re: Common Access Card (CAC) and Certifcation questions about Brocade 5100

Brocade 5100 can interface with LDAP and/or RADIUS but uses by default the local user database.

Should your CAC interface with LDAP and/or RADIUS it might be possible to reach your goal.

Otherwise you can create additional local users on a switch, refer to the appropriate admin guide against your FOS lvl

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