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I have done this once before using csutil, but I was just trying to read through the csutil doc again to see how to do this and it says:
"We recommend that you use RDBMS Synchronization to add and configure custom RADIUS vendors"
So I look in the RDBMS doc and all it says is:
"RDBMS Synchronization enables you to configure custom RADIUS vendors and VSAs. In addition to supporting a set of predefined RADIUS vendors and vendor-specific attributes (VSAs), Cisco Secure ACS supports RADIUS vendors and VSAs that you define. Vendors you add must be IETF-compliant; therefore, all VSAs that you add must be sub-attributes of IETF RADIUS attribute number 26."
Then the rest of that doc (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_server_for_windows/3.3/user/guide/sad.html#wp756877) is about how to add users and stuff using RDBMS...but there is a link to "RDBMS Synchronization Import Definitions".
That document seems to map out a bunch of fields but i have no idea what I am supposed to do with them or how to get the ****** device created in CSACS.
Can someone walk me through this process step by step??
I have a vendor code, an attritbute #, and an attribute name...how do I do this?
Here is the link you are looking for,
RDBMS Synchronization Import Definitions.
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