CCSP SECUR FAQ : Administration of Cisco Secure Access Control Server

CCSP SECUR FAQ : Administration of Cisco Secure Access Control Server

Q1. Which of the following points do you have to consider before deploying Cisco Secure ACS?
A. Dialup topology
B. Number of users
C. Remote access policy
D. Number of Linux servers

Answer: A, B, C

Q2. Which of the following is the minimum CPU requirement for a Cisco Secure ACS server?
A. At least a Pentium III 550 MHz
B. At least Pentium II 330 MHZ
C. Will work on any Pentium platform
D. Both A and B

Answer: A

Q3. Which of the following are task buttons that are present on the web administrative interface of Cisco Secure ACS? How would network latency affect the deployment of Cisco Secure ACS?
A. User Setup
B. Group Setup
C. Network Configuration
D. System Configuration

Answer: A, B, C, D

Q4. Which of the following are checklist items that come up during the installation of Cisco Secure ACS?
A. Windows server can successfully ping AAA clients.
B. End users can successfully connect to AAA clients.
C. Your version is at least Netscape version 6.02.
D. You have a T1 connection.

Answer: A, B

Q5. What is the minimum browser version that is supported by Cisco ACS version 3.2?
A. Netscape 6.02 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
B. Mosaic 3.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5
C. Netscape 7.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
D. Mosaic 3.0 and Netscape 7.02

Answer: C

Q6. What factors should you consider when deploying Cisco Secure ACS?

Answer: The factors that should be considered during Cisco Secure ACS deployment include the following:

  • Number of users
  • Network topology
  • Access policy
  • Network latency and reliability
  • Remote-access policy
  • Administrative-access policy

Q7. What are the minimum hardware requirements to install Cisco Secure ACS?

Answer: The minimum hardware requirements are as follows:

  • Pentium III processor, 550 MHz or faster
  • 256 MB of RAM
  • At least 250 MB of free disk space if you are running an external database (if not, more disk space required)
  • Minimum graphics resolution of 256 colors at 800 by 600 lines

Q8. How does Cisco Secure ACS provide control for remote-access policies?

Answer: Cisco Secure ACS provides control by using a central authentication and authorization of remote user.

Q9. Where would be a good place to start to troubleshoot Cisco Secure ACS-related AAA problems?

Answer: A good place to start troubleshooting Cisco Secure ACS-related AAA problems is checking the Failed Attempts Report under Reports and Activity.

Q10. Does a browser using a proxy server have any effect in the administration of a Cisco Secure ACS remotely?

Answer: Yes, it does. If the browser used for an administrative session is configured to use a proxy server, Cisco Secure ACS sees the administrative session originating from the IP address of the proxy server rather than from the actual address of the computer and will not work.

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