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Description Replication will not be initiated unless theReplicate Now button at the bottom of the page is clicked; in other words, with this setting, the receiving server is configured by clicking this button Used when there are more than two servers and you want the second-in-line server to automatically replicate to the third-in-line when the second-in-line receives the first server's information Allows you to specify replication time intervals Allows you to specify what times and/or days replication is to occur Useful when you want to replicate during off-peak hours, or on weekends
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The parameters for Administration Configuration are used to allow the CiscoSecure ACS to be remotely administered through a browser In order for remote administration to occur, Java must be enabled
External User Database
You can configure the following features for the External User Database: Actions to be taken if CiscoSecure ACS does not find a matching username Whether CiscoSecure ACS can map an appropriate authentication/ authorization group profile to each external database Installation of support for communication with an external user
Reports and Activity
Click the Reports and Activity icon to bring up the navigation bar to view reports The following types of reports can be viewed if configured: TACACS+ Accounting TACACS+ Administration RADIUS Accounting RADIUS Administration Failed Attempts Logged-in Users Disabled Accounts CISCOSECURE ACS LOG FILES The log files for CiscoSecure ACS reports are generated daily and are enabled by default They can either be viewed here in the management interface , or exported as CSV files to other applications such as Microsoft Excel About 40 different items can be logged, ranging from username, to caller-ID (the IP address from which a user session is originating), to commands issued (such as show running-config), and more These statistics can be a very powerful tool for troubleshooting and monitoring The data logged by CiscoSecure ACS can be as simple or complex as you designate it to be This customization is performed by clicking the System Configuration button and selecting Logging, and then selecting the log to configure If a checkmark appears below use, it means that the service is currently being logged; an X here means the service is not currently being logged The next screen allows you to turn logging on or off, and to select the items you want included in the log files
CryptoCard Admin
CryptoCard Admin is bundled with CiscoSecure ACS, allowing the use of Token Cards for
authentication Token Cards are used where the need for tightened security exists In normal Telnet sessions, a username and password sent in cleartext are used for authentication This username and password can be sniffed on the network and used by unauthorized personnel Token Cards prevent this by using One-Time Passwords (OTP) In this arrangement, the username and password are still sent in cleartext, but the password is only valid once, thus rendering it useless to any would-be sniffer CryptoCards are small (about the size of a small, thin calculator) and simple to use
Adding Administrators
As you'll see, you can arrange for administrators to be able to use Token Cards to log into the CryptoAdmin Client GUI However, it is recommended that one default administrator is allowed username/password authentication in the unlikely event that one or more Admin Token Cards should fail In case everyone gets locked out of the database, the default administrator can be used Here are the steps for adding an administrator: 1Click the Admin Server Config icon and select option 2, Set Up Operator Information 2Enter the operator's (administrator's) name (maximum eight characters) 3Enter the access mode (generally 0 for Unrestricted mode) 4Enter the authentication method for authenticating the operator A Token Card or a simple username/password can be used NoteIf you choose Password for the authentication method, you'll be asked to enter the password (8 16 characters) for the operator If you choose CryptoCard for the authentication method, the operator must have an established CryptoCard User Account before the Token Card can be used for authentication (See the next section, "Adding CryptoCard Users") 5Type yes to set up another operator, if desired, and repeat steps 2 through 4 6Select 9 to exit 7Click the Client GUI Configuration icon 8Select Add and enter the name of the new operator 9Click the Plus (+) icon 10Enter the IP address of the host server (the default is local loopback) 11Enter the port number (the default is 624) 12Enter the packet encryption key (a 16-digit hex key) 13Choose Operator Access Permissions on the right (Token, Policy, and Keys) These define what the operator can control 14Select Commit
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