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I examine if I can replace my ACS 5.8 for ISE 2.6
I have a lot of WS-C3560-48PS-S with IOS version 12.2(55)SE11.
Are those compatible with ISE?
I use tacacs for admin user login and radius for mac based authentication (Printers, Phones) and certificate authentication (Domain Computers).
When I take a look at the ISE compatibility matrix:
I can't find my switch version.
Can you help me?
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okay, but that doesn't help me.
I understand that it would perhaps work.
But my question was rather if someone can confirm it.
I want to buy the ISE appliance as VM. There is a highly redundant virtualization environment so the probablity of a shutdown of a VM is tiny.
But what about having two ISE VMs in case of one ISE has a system failure or something like that.
Does it make sense to buy two ISE VMs?
what do you mean by "based on the sizing of the nodes" ?
Furthermore, I'm wondering how much base licenses and plus license are necessary.
With one ISE VM, we need 1500 base licenses and 1500 plus licenses.
But what do we need with two VMs ?
Or are these licenses just CALs like in Microsoft: They are not installed, you just need to have them on "paper" ?
Thank you for that helpful answer!
So it's possible to install the base and plus licenses on both nodes? There is no message like "this license is already in use" or something like that.