If you have the ACE devices in bridge mode, traffic from the servers will be bridged and not loabalanced to the ACS. You need the ACE devices in router mode so you can set your default gateway pointing to ACE and then ACE can loadbalance the request to the ACS. Within a single context, only 1 ACE can be active.
I'm running in router mode. My question was regarding whether or not the services that the ACS server provides are suitable for load balancing via the ACE. Specifically we use an ACS server for our wireless (LWAPP) infrastructure and we'd like to have multiple active ACS servers behind a load balancer.
Why do you need native HA: The native HA feature allows two Cisco DCNM
appliances to run as active and standby applications, with their
embedded databases synchronized in real time. Therefore, when the active
DCNM is not functioning, the standby DCNM will...
This document will provide screenshots to outline the steps to setup
TACACS+ configuration to ACI and also the configuration required on
Cisco ACS server. Please find the official Cisco guide for configuring
TACACS+ Authentication to ACI:
Is it supported or NOT supported? It's a frequently asked question.
Before APIC, release 2.3(1f), transit routing was not supported within a
single L3Out profile. In APIC, release 2.3(1f) and later, you can
configure transit routing with a single L3Out pr...