Extending Intent-Based Networking to IoT
TechWiseTV Workshop

(Original Webinar August 1, 2018)

Cisco DNA Center version 1.2 will support Cisco SD-Access Extension for IoT using extended nodes for the distributed campus and extended enterprise. This will allow customers to connect multiple sites across a metro region into a single fabric domain to help ensure end-to-end policy and segmentation.

Extended nodes are Cisco switching products not found in the wiring closet that extend the SD-Access fabric and are treated as part of the fabric. This means all workflows, security policies, and automation are still available to the network administrator.

Customers can now deploy a single DNA Center plane of glass to manage connectivity and policy across multiple sites within a single fabric. Extending SD-Access supports the need of network administrators faced with an increasing number of IoT devices being added to the network. With SD-Access Extension for IoT, IT can set centralized policy for IoT endpoints, further securing vulnerabilities.

This webinar will give you all you need to know to embrace IoT for the enterprise and distributed campus with DNA Center and SD-Access Extension for IoT.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Extending security policies, workflows, and automation beyond the carpeted headquarters with centralized management. Embracing IoT for the enterprise and distributed campuses with DNA Center and SD-Access
  • How customers can now deploy a single DNA Center plane of glass to manage connectivity and policy across multiple sites within a single fabric. With SD-Access Extension for IoT, IT can set centralized policy for IoT endpoints such as surveillance cameras and sensors, further securing vulnerabilities.


Approximate duration: 60 minutes

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