—While a single Cisco Secure ACS Remote Agent can provide services to many Cisco Secure ACS Solution Engine appliances, support is limited to five concurrent connections by the appliances served. For example, if you have three appliances that are primary Cisco Secure ACSes and three appliances that are secondary Cisco Secure ACSes used for failover purposes only, the remote agent can provide services to all six appliances and stay below the maximum of five concurrent connections.
The user guide doesn't talk about maximum number of remote agent you can add on per ACS solution engine. Could you please explain me your requirement, may be we can help you indirectly with this question. I have seen customers using 3 remote agents on a single appliance. I don't think it would stop you to define remote agents entries on the network configuration page.
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