This is an untested configuration, so I cannot say for certain. I can say that both suites use a lot of TCP ports, and an issue of TCP port starvation (or network buffer space starvation) is possible.
On top of that, you face the inherit security risks of keeping the network access software on the same machine as your NMS software. What happens if there is a bug in LMS where someone can take control of the server? Instead of compromising just LMS, they can potentially compromise ACS as well. Additionally, what if an LMS upgrade requires a reboot? Your ACS will also go down.
For these reasons we strongly recommend you do not install LMS and ACS together.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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