High-Availability macmon NAC Scenarios
When using a network access control solution, the availability requirements will differ depending on how the solution is used and the technologies employed. macmon meets these requirements by enabling you to implement a distributed server structure that can be used in different architectures or design variants.
How it is used depends largely on your requirements and objectives. macmon NAC offers a number of options for ensuring the necessary availability, including the ”Hidden Master” principle, simple failover and compensation for WAN connection failures. For each macmon server, you can choose whether to use a physical or a virtual appliance.