- Are other logins possible during that time? Maybe during telnet to a router?
- Has ACS detected problems during that time at itself using it's
automatic login procedure?
- Increase the automatic login time period of ACS to up to 15 minutes or so.
- Disable automatic replication and automatic backup on ACS to be sure that your ACS is not busy due to it's own maintenance routines
- Reboot Cisco Works AND ACS (sounds stupid but can save time)
- What about a local CW account that is not stored on ACS. Is it possible to login at CW using this local account?
- If all this does not help then I would use a sniffer (installed on the ACS server) like ethereal to find out what's going over the line during the interesting time period.
By the way ... if user authentication fails: Is it possible to login after you retype your password or is access to the system blocked until 2pm? Do you see a "failed login" entry in ACS for every failed login attempt?
And what about a configured access restriction an ACS? Are there
users or groups that are allowed to login only from 2pm to 1am ?
Maybe your CW users are members of such a group and you have assigned them to this group without knowing that this group is *restricted* ?
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