Cisco ACS AD Integration and Management

Cisco ACS and Microsoft AD integration After installing the iso onto a VM or booting the appliance with the basic network configuration, follow the below steps to integrate into Active Directory Joining ACS to Active Directory >> Users and Identity Stores >> External Identity Stores >> Active

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Configuring ACS for TACACS+ via AD User Groups

This is assuming that ACS has already been configured for authentication via Active Directory Creating a Shell Profile >> Policy Elements >> Authorization and Permissions >> Device Administration >> Shell Profile Click on Create Under General Tab Enter name and Description Under Common Tasks Tab Default Priviledge

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200-101 Exam Topics

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the lab exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines

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Cisco WSA issue joining MSA

Sometimes you may have to swap a WSA out whether its due to RMA or you have rebuilt it. This Error is on the MSA or Management Appliance. Error — The host key for 10.a.b.111 appears to have changed. It is possible that someone is trying to

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Trubleshooting Cisco ACS Application

Show the version of ACS show application version acs Show ACS status show application status acs ACS role: PRIMARY Process ‘database’ running Process ‘management’ running Process ‘runtime’ running Process ‘adclient’ running Process ‘ntpd’ running Process ‘view-database’ running Process ‘view-jobmanager’ running Process ‘view-alertmanager’ running Process ‘view-collector’ running Process

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Basic Cisco ACS Network Configuration

Below is the show running configuration for Cisco ACS and can be changed using the familiar Cisco router configuration commands. hostname HOME-LAB-ACS001 ! ip domain-name homelab.local ! ipv6 enable ! tcp timeout 60 no tcp recycle enable no tcp reuse enable ! interface GigabitEthernet 0 ip address

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Meridian PBX Class of Service

Some Class of Service (CLS) codes can be configured to [A]llow or [D]eny by changing the last letter of the code appropriately.  For Example, CNDA allows Calling Party Name Display, while CNDD denies display of the Calling Party’s Name. AAD :: Automatic Answerback Denied ABDD :: Abandoned Call Record

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