We have mixed network enviroment with cisco / HP equipment.
We are currently evaluating the Cisco ACS 4.2 to manage network access to the network equipment.
The cisco equipment works great but we are having problems the the procurve switches and radius (tacacs works great)
I've googled around and it seems that you need to create a new "vendor-specific attributes (VSAs)" for the procurve switches and edit the radius IETF settings to suit the right variables that needs to match the HP equipment.
Problem is that I cannot find this information anywhere online.
Has anyone else managed to solve this problem?
Would really appreciate the help!
Generally we need to upload VSA to acs. You need to get ini file from HP. Once you have you need to create vsa and upload it to acs.
As we require to add vendor specific attribute into ACS , then we first need to
create a file "accountActions.csv" using the format specified in "RDBMS Synchronization
Import Definition", once we are ready with the file, then we need to do a RDBMS
Synchorization of the file of ACS SE, and then go to :
Reports and Activity > RDBMS Synchronization, and make sure that synchronization was
successful without any error. Once this is done, we need to re-boot the ACS SE, and then
we can create a new AAA client and use then new RADIUS(xxxx) and the attributes that we
have added can be made visible from :
Interface Configuration > and selecting the newly added VSA Radius attribute.
::RDBMS Synchronization Import Definition::