Cisco ASA 5510 LDAP AAA redundancy

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I've successfully configured LDAP authentication for my SSL VPN clients:

aaa-server ad01 protocol ldap
aaa-server ad01 (inside) host

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To add some redundancy in the above, should I create a second aaa-server pointing to the secondary ( DC?
Question by:wsani
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    It nevers hurts to be redundant. I would just add the second host.
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    Assisted Solution

    you can add like this

    aaa-server ad02 (inside) host <new ip >

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