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DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

Does anybody know if you can give a DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address working with ACS-Database users (ACS v3.0) for dial-up users that authenticated using RADIUS protocol?

Thanks.

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New Member

Re: DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

You have to use av-pairs (activating in the corresponding group properties the AV-PAIRS check in the CISCO PIX/IOS RADIUS Attributes section).

These are formed by protocol:attribute=value, for example:

ip:name-server=aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd

ip:default-domain-name=example.avpair.com

I hope this helped you.

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Re: DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

Are you sure that are those parameters, because I hve configure the ACs with these ones:

ip:dns-servers=10.118.10.14;

ip:wins-servers=10.116.10.202;

...and it works.

But now, I need to pass the "domain-name" as "cisco.es" and I don't know what parameter is....?

New Member

Re: DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

You're right. The right parameter is dns-server (I got confused with the cli command).

The parameter you are now looking for is:

ip:default-domain=pericoeldelospalotes.com.

Best Regards

New Member

Re: DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

I tried but it didn't work.

So any idea????

New Member

Re: DNS-suffix and DNS- IP address on ACS v3.0

From what I understnd, If you're users are using ppp for dial-in, then you will not be able to pass a domain suffix, as its not supported in ppp. You can pass ip address, dns server and wins server ip addresses but your user's will need to have the relevant dns suffix pre-configured.

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