Answered Question
Oct 14th, 2009


I have Cisco ACS-1113. I want to connect this in existing network.

My query is ACS have two LAN interface. Whats the use of second interface as Cisco documents states "ACS SE supports the operation of either Ethernet connector, but not both connectors".



Correct Answer by Collin Clark about 7 years 4 months ago

It can communicate with other subnets just like any other device. If a device is not on the local subnet, it forwards to the default gateway and off it goes.

Here's a link to the configuration guide-

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Collin Clark Wed, 10/14/2009 - 05:53

Currently two NICs are not supported, for example teaming the NICs. You can use either NIC, but only one of them, not both.

Hope that helps.

nilesh_sawant Thu, 10/15/2009 - 00:28

Hi ,


Need more advice.

If there is only one NIC in use then how ACS do the communication between two different subnet.

I mean if have configure the Router/switch(which is supposed to manage) with subnet & ACS IP as

I need to introduce ACS for the managing access to network device.

Can you please share the configuration document for the same.




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