I have windows 2003 AD and trying to setup ACS authentication with Generic Ldap.
I fill these fields in ACS 4.1 as below
User directory subtree cn=users,dc=mydomain,dc=local
Group directory subtree cn=users,dc=mydomain,dc=local
Group attribute name UniqueMember
Admin dn cn=myname,cn=users,dc=mydomain,dc=local
A authentication failure show up with âexternal user not foundâ when I try to log on to a device.Please help to fill with the exact syntax for the above fields. All examples on the web are base on Novell LDAP
ACS forwards the username and password to an LDAP database by using a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection on a port that you specify. The LDAP database passes or fails the authentication request from ACS. When receiving the response from the LDAP database, ACS instructs the requesting AAA client to grant or deny the user access, depending on the response from the LDAP server.
Refer the following url for more information on Generic LDAP AUthentiication on ACS 4.1:
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