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ACS 4.1 Replication to Remote site - Urgent

Hi NetPro,

what if my remote site ACS held as Primary as well, how do i start with Replication ?

example : U.S Server A (Primary)-> support local site. <AAA>

U.K Server A (Primary) -> support local site. <AAA>

now, i want to replicate from U.S Server A to U.K Server A. is this possible ?

any impaction ? my main concern is both of this Servers are support locally. if i add the AAA Client from UK Server to US server. when start Replicate it will cause Confliction such as hostname / ip address already in use.

hope AAA expert can help me on this topic. this really drive me crazy.

your reply will be highly appreciated.

thanks.

regards,

Jackal

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Re: ACS 4.1 Replication to Remote site - Urgent

Jackal,

That doesn't matter if ACS is primary or secondary for any particular site. From replication point of view there will be one primary and other one secondary.

You can consider any acs for primary acs. Remember acs only supports one way replication, ie from primary to secondary.

Make that acs as primary on which you will be making changes , if you make changes in US , then make it primary, so that it can sync config with UK acs or vice a versa.

Hope that helps

Regards,

~JG

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