Can anyone tell me if I can use my existing Cisco Secure ACS for Windows server running Release 4.0(1) Build 27 as the primary ACS servers for new appliances running Release 5.1?
I know I can't migrate directly from that Windows version, but can I interoperate. I'm happy living with 4.x level functionality but would not like to buy and deploy new 4.x systems unless it's absolutely necessary.
I'm looking to roll out ACS more widely (i.e., at geographically distant new sites) and would like to drop a new appliance in the new sites without a forklift upgrade of my existing Hqs setup.
Re: ACS 4.0 as master for 1121 Applicance with 5.1
Thanks Erick. Of course I can point my AAA clients to many disparate servers.
I was specifically asking whether the (lack of ) integration between ACS 4.x and ACS 5.x was covered in any Cisco documentation.
Between that issue and the (significant) price jump for "large" deployments (>500 devices require an additional license under 5.x whereas ACS 4.x did not limit the number of devices) it seems there's not a lot of incentive for customers to make the jump from ACS 4.x.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...