I'm having issues authenticating cisco devices through rsa after an IP change to my RSA replica server. I made the appropriate config changes within the cisco devices after changing the IP address. This image shows the message I'm receiving in RSA Authentication Monitor when my cisco switch sends an auth request to the rsa server. The cisco switch IP is 10.44.64.11, for some reason its using the cisco switch's IP as the authentication agent IP. 10.69.44.32 is my rsa server IP that it should be using as the authentication agent. Normally, the Server Node IP and Client IPv4 addresses show up as the 10.69.44.32 address. Anyone encountered this issue before?
... View more
Recently my company has replaced all switches and routers from cisco to juniper. As such, we've created new vlans and ip addressing on the new juniper network. I've currently been in the process of transferring my servers over to the juniper network, but I'm running into an issue with my domain controller. The domain controller has 2 connections to the switch, lets say these connections have network IPs of 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. Now, I can ping them when they're connected to their original cisco switch, but once I move them to the juniper network I can only ping the .34 address. I can NOT ping the .18 and can't figure out what the issue is. I can tell the routing is right since I can get to the .34 address with no problem. I've checked and confirmed the interface configuration, port security, and acls, and can confirm these are all set correct. Even when I check the arp table on the juniper router it has a correct entry for the domain controller's mac and IP. Any advice on other things I can check to resolve this?
... View more