Can ACLs and NAC mix for security success?

Snyder, Joel
June 2008
NetworkWorld Asia;Jun2008, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p24
Academic Journal
The article discusses the possibility of mixing the access control lists (ACL) and network access control (NAC) for security success. According to the article, the NAC envelope was pushed during the Interop with the decision that access control would be handled with a combination of ACLs and VLANs. It found out that most of the wireless and wired network equipment in the Interop laboratories was able to use ACLs to control end-user policy.


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