Wireless network connection stuck on validating identity

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The session event section of the authentication report should have the following lines: •%AUTHMGR-5-FAIL: Authorization failed for client (001b.a912.3782) on Interface Gi0/3 Audit Session ID 0A000A760000008D4C69994E •%DOT1X_SWITCH-5-ERR_VLAN_NOT_FOUND: Attempt to assign non-existent or shutdown VLAN 666 to 802.1x port Fast Ethernet1/9 You can also run the troubleshooting workflow for the authentication.

Depending on the nature of the problem: •Correct the DACL syntax configured in Cisco ISE and ensure that it also includes the permit udp any any command.

•Probes are configured on the network Policy Service ISE node entities.

Click on the magnifying glass icon in Authentications to launch the authentication details.

For the most up-to-date material following Cisco Identity Services Engine, Release 1.0, however, Cisco recommends using the stand-alone If you believe you are experiencing hardware-related complications, first verify the following on all of your deployed Cisco ISE nodes: •The external power cable is connected, and the proper power source is being applied.

•The external cables connecting the appliance to the network are all secure and in good order. •Inadequate ventilation, blocked air circulation, excessive dust or dirt, fan failures, or any environmental conditions that might affect the power or cooling systems. •The adapter cards (if installed) are properly installed in their slots, and each card initializes (and is enabled by the appliance software) without problems.

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