Extreme Networks extends Palo Alto Next Generation Firewall policies inside the corporate network to mitigate threats originating inside the firewall, and dynamically maps users-to-IP addresses as wireless and wired devices enter and exit the network to create higher accuracy for policy enforcement and reporting. Learn more on our Palo Alto Networks Solutions page.
Extreme Networks extends Fortinet Fortigate Firewall policies inside the corporate network to mitigate threats originating inside the firewall, and dynamically maps users-to-IP addresses as wireless and wired devices enter and exit the network to create higher accuracy for policy enforcement and reporting.
Extreme Networks NetSight NAC integration with iBoss Internet filtering solution provides the ability to define multiple physical locations within the network and assign end systems in those areas with different access profiles and Internet filter sets. This integration also permits iBoss to assign Internet filters to devices not traditionally authenticated into Active Directory, such as iOS devices, Android devices, and more.
Integration of Lightspeed Systems Web Filter and Extreme Networks NetSight NAC provides single-sign-on (SSO) capabilities and simplified network management that combine web filtering policies with granular end-system visibility and control of users/devices. This unified management solution enables deeper visibility and control of what students, faculty, and staff can access, and provides specific permissions to resources and systems.
Extreme Networks NetSight NAC integrates with data from McAfee ePO to automatically assess the status of any device connected to the LAN or WLAN network. For devices with outdated McAfee signatures, NetSight NAC triggers a client update task via ePO to ensure all devices are up-to-date. Devices with outdated signatures can also be quarantine to protect other devices and services within the network. Data on devices managed by McAfee’s ePO are also augmented within the Extreme NetSight NAC solution to include additional details on operating system/device type, username, last updated timestamp, current DAT version and device name.
Extreme Networks integration with InfoBlox IF-MAP automates updating of the Configuration Management Database (CMDB) by detecting and authenticating new devices attaching to the network and automatically updating the Infoblox IF-MAP Server with this end system information. The InfoBlox server then updates the CMDB, guaranteeing all applications using the IF-MAP server are receiving the most current and complete information, and ensuring the CMDB always contains accurate data. Extreme Networks NetSight supplies the Infoblox IF-MAP Server with a diverse set of information including end-system physical location, MAC address, IP address, hostname, operating system, and more, enabling IT administrators to better manage and secure the network.