Cisco Security Manager 3.0.1 and master/slave configuration

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by motociclante, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. motociclante

    motociclante Guest

    Hi, does anybody have ever tried to impelement this feature?

    I've tried to implement this configuration with two server but I think
    that there's something going wrong.

    1) created the two users needed for the authentication/communication
    2) I've created and exchanged the two certificates
    3) I've set up the master to be a master and a slave to be slave (and
    who is the master).

    With my Cisco Security Client, I've tryed to login to the slave CSM but
    the workspace is totally empty.

    Have you some hint or suggestion?

    Thanks!
    motociclante, Aug 22, 2006
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