|called station id||0.78||1||5713||71|
|called station id nps||0.58||0.3||1795||54|
|called station identifier||0.43||0.2||5803||41|
|called station id type||0.78||1||4055||76|
|called station id とは||0.61||0.5||393||40|
|radius called station id||1.93||0.4||7002||52|
|windows nps called station id||1.41||0.2||7531||18|
|auth called station id type||1.04||0.3||9493||32|
|nas ip called station id||0.72||0.5||7214||58|
|calling station id nps||0.78||0.2||4840||82|
|calling station identifier nps||0.6||0.7||789||82|
|nps multiple calling station id||1.06||0.3||1361||68|
|what is a station id||0.86||0.3||9183||10|
|nps permanent change of station||1.53||0.8||2596||75|
|base station id lookup||0.45||0.3||3109||18|
|what is the user id of nps||0.85||0.4||5647||4|
|example of station id||1.49||1||6005||87|
|user id for nps||1.09||0.8||717||25|
|nps login user id||1||0.7||2560||98|
|what is nps number||1.98||0.1||4981||65|
|nps national information service center||1.31||0.7||1945||98|
|inside nps national park service||1.73||0.7||584||80|
|nps by the numbers||1.82||0.8||3315||42|
Calling Station ID: For IEEE 802.1X Authenticators, this attribute is used to store the Supplicant MAC address in ASCII format (upper case only), with octet values separated by a "-". Example: "00-10-A4-23-19-C0". We will see how this works in Cisco Local & H-REAP mode deployment. Here is the basic topology where I have two APs, WLC & ACS.What is the regex to use for a called station ID?
Called-Station-ID ends with the SSID name, so the REGEX to use in this example is .* (:)$. Keep this in mind as you go through the configuration.Does called station ID affect context visibility?
I wouldn't think called station ID shouldn't affect how ISE displays the information for the MAC address in Context Visibility. The only modification I make to the called station ID is for authentication and I have my customers change it to AP Name:SSID. Then I can use Called Station ID in two ways:How do you pass the calling-station-ID?
Calling-Station-Id values separated by a "-". Example: "00-10-A4-23-19-C0". ... with the authenticators that we've dealt with, some pass the Calling-Station-Id in adherence to this, others in lowercase with no separator, others in lowercase separated with :'s. Bleh!