I have searched for two months and found that others have had similar issues. I cannot work out with any confidence...
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the required values for the following: User Directory Subtree, Group Directory Subtree, User Object Type, User Object Class, Group Object Type, Group Object Class, Group Attribute Name. I have succeeded in getting the switch access experiment running with IAS RADIUS but NOT with Cisco ACS. Can you help me?
The documentation assumes that you have set up a generic LDAP server. In setting up the LDAP server in my lab, I have included the parameters I set up for each category and a little further explanation for how to set them up. It's important to note that in user configuration for Active Directory and/or any other generic LDAP server, these options are available for selection and administrator defined. They would not appear in generic local user and group server administration.
User Directory Subtree: Users
Group Directory Subtree: Users/homedir
User Object Type: ou=user
User Object Class: users
Group Object Type: Groups
Group Object Class: group
Group Attribute Name: MyName
By ensuring you have the appropriate equipment set up in your lab, this should mirror exactly with what the ACS guide is depicting.
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