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LMS 4.x -- Integration of ACS v5.x

Hi all,

I was wondering why LMS 4.x isn't able to fully integrate ACS v5.x Device in Inventory.

We added our ACS-Applicance (plz see show ver)

Cisco Application Deployment Engine OS Release: 1.2
ADE-OS Build Version: 1.2.0.228
ADE-OS System Architecture: i386

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Hostname: A1


Version information of installed applications
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Cisco ACS VERSION INFORMATION
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Version : 5.3.0.40
Internal Build ID : B.839

but only little integration was possible (no detailed inventory, no config fetch, ...)

SNMP-OID was discovered as non-cisco (Prime Computer)

dcrcli> detail id=3642
Display Name = A-1, Device ID = 3642

     MDF Type : Unknown Device Type
     Sys Object ID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.13.1
     IP Address: 10.100.207.11
     Host name: A-1
     Domain name: xxx.net
     Primary Username: <Value specified>
     Primary Password: <Value specified>
     Primary Enable Password: <Value specified>
     SNMP V2 RO Community String: <Value specified>
     SNMP V2 RW Community String: <Value specified>

No Inventory-Packages are available via CCO to download.

Does anybody of you out there know whether there are any plans to fully integrate ACS devices?

In our Company ACS will be used for 802.1x authentication, and is quite important.

So we would like to fully manage this Cisco-Device with Cisco's element management tool available (LMS)!

Thanks for any feedback

Lothar

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LMS 4.x -- Integration of ACS v5.x

Cisco Prime LMS is not designed to manage appliances like the ACS. ACS is not on the LMS supported device list and I would doubt that it would be as LMS's functions are mostly not applicable to the appliance or software running on it.

You can use ACS as an authentication source for LMS, but authorization is still role-based according to the local accounts on the LMS server.

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