In my setup there are LMS 3.1, ACS 5.0 & a few switches. For some of the switches login is to be authenticated via ACS, for rest of the switches login is through locally configured username database.
For the switches which are not integrated with the ACS every thing & archive management is happening properly as for them the device credentials are given to be locally configured username & password, whereas for the switches which are integrated with the ACS everything is proper except of the archive management, here for the device credentials I have given the username & password configured in ACS
I have cross checked for the credentials via exporting them & they are found to be ok.
If you are using telnet for archive management, start a sniffer trace filtering on all tcp/23 traffic to one of the problem devices, then run a new Sync Archive job. The trace file should indicate where things are failing.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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