I have an ACS v4.1 appliance. I basically want to create copies of all the AAA CSV logs to an ACS for Windows server. I can see how todo this if both are ACS fo Windows servers by using the Advanced Options>Remote Logging option and then defining the 2nd ACS as a AAA server on the first ACS. However, ACS appliance doesn't let you select a AAA server for remote logging. How do you get round this or is this not supported?
Thanks. Yes, but I wanted to be able to view the remote agent logs as accounting logs in the ACS for Windows Server Web Interface as well. This I can do by default if forwarding from one ACS for Windows server to another. I have found that if I configure the ACS Appliance Agent Log path to match the ACS for Windows log path for all the CSV accounting logs, I can get the records to appear in the remote ACS for Windows Web UI. However, you then have the situation where both ACS Appliance and the ACS for Windows try to manage the same logs!!
I have since found that if I configure the ACS Appliance Agent Log path to match the ACS for Windows log path for all the CSV accounting logs, this stops the ACS for Windows CSLog service! So although I would see logs from the Remote Agent in the ACS for Windows UI, I no longer see logs generated by this ACS for Windows. So looks like I need a different CSV viewer for RA logs. Still not as neat as the Log forwarding available between ACS for Windows servers.
Just a thought, but on your SW ACS you could install extraxi csvsync to pull the logs from the appliance. If you configured it to put the downloaded logs into SW ACS Logs folder you'd see both sets using the ACS Admin.
You would need to use log renaming to avoid filename clashes.
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