ACS SE v4.14 build 13 failing mutual authentication on database replication

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Hello,


I have a primary ACS in production and am trying to replicate it's database to a new secondary ACS. After initiating the process the database error log on the secondary logs a key error indicating that it's key does not match the primary, although it does.


The secondary is on the other side of a 600M layer 2 WAN link.


Both ACS SE appliances are running the exact same software.


Any ideas on how to resolve this?


Thanks,


D.Davis

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mchin345 Thu, 10/25/2007 - 07:17
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For the succesful replication of the database between Primary and Secondary ACS server, refer to this checklist:

On Primary ACS server:

You must have the AAA server entry for Primary and Secondary server(s) in the Network Configuration > AAA server section.

You must have the same shared key for both entries Primary and Secondary ACS Server(s).

In the Replication column in System Configuration > Internal Database Replication, the ACS must have the entry of all the secondary servers that ACS wants the replication information to


be sent.

On Secondary ACS server(s):

You must have AAA server entry for Primary and Secondary server(s) in Network Configuration > AAA server section.

You must have the same shared key for both entries Primary and Secondary ACS Server(s).

In the Replication column in System Configuration > Internal Database Replication, there should not be any entry there. It should be empty.



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