I am getting ready to upgrade two ACS servers and I have a couple of questions. Both servers are running 4.0.27 and I am going to take them to the latest revision. I have all the files and the proper patches that are needed based on all I read in the release notes. My questions are:
1. As long as I leave one ACS running, is it a problem to down the other for upgrade?
2. Will all current server certificates that are installed stay or will they need to be re-applied after the upgrade?
3. Current certificate is issued by an IAS server and is going to expire soon. What is the procedure for me to apply the new certificate?
I am trying to do the upgrade and am running into a problem. When I try to extract the zip file as instructed in the readme notes I get a message asking me to provide a password to overwrite the files.
Well, here is another bump in the road. It seems that our backup ACS server is actually down. Not sure why, but we found this out after we downed the primary ACS server. I cannot get the ACS service started for some reason.
My question is this, if I remove the ACS software, do a re-install of the same version. Get the basic configs into it and then do a database replication from the primary. Will the database replication also replicate certificates that have been installed?
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...