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FreeNAC is a GPL OpenSource solution for LAN access control and dynamic Vlan management..

FreeNAC provides easy-to-use Virtual LAN assignment, LAN access control (for all kinds of network devices such as Servers, Workstations, Printers, IP-Phones, Webcams...), live network end-device inventory, VLAN management and allows documentation of Patch cabling.

End-devices are identified either by MAC address (in "VMPS mode"), or by Certificate & MAC-Address (in "802.1x mode"). On the communications layer, FreeRadius is included for 802.1x and OpenVMPS for VMPS modes.

Routers and switches are scanned via SNMP to identify all device, and link MAC an IP addresses to physical ports.

Enterprise features such as redundancy and monitoring are also included

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Dec 22 2012 — Jan 21 2013

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Jan 21 2012 — Jan 21 2013

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