I currrently have LMS 3.0.1 integrated with Cisco Secure ACS 4.1.4.
As well as using ACS for AAA, we have used ACS as our master device inventory doing a regular bulk-import from ACS into DCR using the Default Device Credentials.
This all works very nicely managing all our routers/switches, albeit need to consider upgrade to LMS 3.2 (but that's another topic )
I am now looking at deploying CSM 3.3.1 (seems to be the latest version available) for managing all our PIX and ASA devices.
I've been looking at the discussions and documentation on integration between these platforms and it would appear that CSM and LMS can be integrated into a Master/Slave relationship for DCR replication, and that CSM can be integrated with ACS in the same way as LMS as it shares the same common services architecture.
I can't see any real point in integration CMS/LMS into Master/Slave DCR when my "master" device store is ACS, therefore I've integrated CSM into ACS as I did for LMS and setup a similar bulk import and default device credentials.
This seems to be working fine, in that I can login to CSM using credentials from ACS and the CSM Device and Credentials list shows all my network devices imported from ACS.
Again I've logged into the CSM Client using credentials from ACS but I don't seem to be able to "import from DCR", the only option I have is to import from an export file from DCR. The problem here is that the export file contains all the default device credentials which I don't want users to know.
Have I missed something?
Do I also need to install RME, if so where do I download RME 4.2 from as I only seem to be able to find RME 4.3.1 on Cisco Website which is seemingly too new.
Ah, I think I understand what you're asking. I do not support CSM, so I'm not sure exactly how importing devices from DCR into CSM works. You might try asking that question on the Security > Network Management forum.