The term "identity-based networking" has actually been around for many years, referring to the idea that a user's identity is somehow tied into the networking services that user can receive. When wireless LAN controllers first emerged, for example, they applied they concept of identity-based networking by not only authenticating users joining the wireless network but also by placing them into the appropriate virtual LANs (VLANs).
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