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How to find out which ACS server a wireless LEAP client auth to?

If I have 2 ACS servers that can authenticate wireless users using LEAP, is there a way to determine from the client or server end which client is authenticating to which ACS server? Thanks!!

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Re: How to find out which ACS server a wireless LEAP client auth

From the client end, its totally transparent.. AS client do not need to know about which ACS server the authentication takes place.

Now from the ACS server end, you can check the authentication attempts or local reports to see which user is authenticated with which acs server.

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Re: How to find out which ACS server a wireless LEAP client auth

Thanks, that makes sense!

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Re: How to find out which ACS server a wireless LEAP client auth

With more recent versions of the AP firmware, the most recently used ACS server is highlighted in green. This may not give you client-level granularity, but I bet it comes pretty close.

Why do you care what ACS your client auths to?

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Re: How to find out which ACS server a wireless LEAP client auth

Hi! Thanks for the reply. The reason I would like this is for convenience. I have 2 ACS servers, and it seems that there is a delay when a card switches from one ACS to another. Further, I'd like to see from the client side how they are comunicating with the ACS servers and which ones. Being able to see this from a non-administrator client is much easier. Thanks!

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