Can someone provide a sample configuration to use Cisco Secure ACS 4.2 to enable command authorization using TACACS.
We've moved onto ACS 5.3 now - but we had our Nexus 5520's running against our old ACS 4.2 before that - so I've picked out the relevant bits of the config below:
username admin password role network-admin ; local admin user
feature tacacs+ ; enable the tacacs feature
tacacs-server host key ; define key for tacacs server
aaa group server tacacs+ tacacs ; create group called 'tacacs'
server ;define tacacs server IP
use-vrf management ; tell it to use the default 'management' vrf to send the tacacs requests
source-interface mgmt0 ; ...and send them from the mgmt interface
aaa authentication login default group tacacs ; use tacacs for login auth
aaa authentication login console group tacacs ; use tacacs for console login auth
aaa authorization config-commands default group tacacs local ; use tacacs for config command authorization
aaa authorization commands default group tacacs local ; use tacacs for normal command authorization
aaa accounting default group tacacs ; send accounting records to tacacs
Hope that works for you!
(That can change a bit when you move to ACS 5.x - as we've chosen not to do complex command auth (using shell profiles only) so instead you pass back the nexus role to the 5k - and it does the command auth (network-admin vs network-operator) based on that - so you just don't configure aaa command authorization on the 5k)