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Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

What will break if I change the IP of an 4.2 SE appliance? I need a few of these to assume the IPs of our existing production boxes. Aside from manually re-setting the SE IP's via console, re-configuring the AAA servers/replication and the ACS Agent Config Provider IPs, is there anything that gets "lost" permanentnly broken when resetting the IP?

thanks!

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Re: Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

Yes, dynamic mapping will be created when user logs in but it will be a default mapping. All users would be mapped to default group.

Incase you have authorization set up on group basis , it won't be implemented.

If you have all users mapped to default group then, no need to worry.

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~JG

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Re: Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

You can loose group mapping since it will break communication with Remote agent.

That is all I can think of

Regards,

~JG

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Re: Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

Thanks for the reply.

Won't this just get recreated the next time the user logs on? Are you referring to Dynamic Group?

Re: Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

Yes, dynamic mapping will be created when user logs in but it will be a default mapping. All users would be mapped to default group.

Incase you have authorization set up on group basis , it won't be implemented.

If you have all users mapped to default group then, no need to worry.

Regards,

~JG

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Re: Changing IP of an ACS SE appliance

Perfect, we are lucky enough (for migration purposes anyway) to have our dynamic mapping to the default group.

thanks much!

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