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auth-proxy tacacs question

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Oct 4th, 2005
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My Cisco ACS is not allowing me to log in using the auth-proxy http page. It states: unknown username. When I debug AAA Tacacs I get this information:


5d23h: HTTP: parsed uri '/'

5d23h: HTTP: client version 1.1

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Accept

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Referer

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Accept-Language

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Content-Type

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Accept-Encoding

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension User-Agent

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Host

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Content-Length

5d23h: HTTP: Content-length 56

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Connection

5d23h: HTTP: parsed extension Cache-Control

5d23h: HTTP: received POST '/' 4

5d23h: HTTP: parsed variable 'au_pxytimetag'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed value '517088482'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed variable 'uname'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed value 'myuser'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed variable 'pwd'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed value 'mypass'

5d23h: HTTP: parsed variable 'ok'

5d23h: HTTP: proxy done with post parsing

5d23h: AUTH-PROXY FUNC: auth_proxy_required_reauth

5d23h: AUTH-PROXY FUNC: auth_proxy_same_timestamp

5d23h: AUTH-PROXY FUNC: auth_proxy_wait_for_next_pwd

5d23h: AAA: parse name=FastEthernet0/1 idb type=-1 tty=-1

5d23h: AAA: name=FastEthernet0/1 flags=0x15 type=12 shelf=0 slot=0 adapter=0 port=1 channel=0

5d23h: AAA: parse name=<no string> idb type=-1 tty=-1

5d23h: AAA/MEMORY: create_user (0x826145A0) user='NULL' ruser='NULL' ds0=0 port='FastEthernet0/1' rem_addr='192.168.1.34' authen_type=ASCII service=LOGIN priv=0 initial_task_id='0'

5d23h: AAA/AUTHEN/START (4001909351): port='FastEthernet0/1' list='default' action=LOGIN service=LOGIN

5d23h: AAA/AUTHEN/START (4001909351): console login - default to "no auth required"

5d23h: AAA/AUTHEN/START (4001909351): Method=NONE

5d23h: AAA/AUTHEN (4001909351): status = PASS

5d23h: FastEthernet0/1 AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP (3914281355): Port='FastEthernet0/1' list='default' service=AUTH-PROXY

5d23h: AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP: FastEthernet0/1 (3914281355) user=''

5d23h: FastEthernet0/1 AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP (3914281355): send AV service=auth-proxy

5d23h: FastEthernet0/1 AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP (3914281355): send AV cmd*

5d23h: FastEthernet0/1 AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP (3914281355): found list "default"

5d23h: FastEthernet0/1 AAA/AUTHOR/HTTP (3914281355): Method=tacacs+ (tacacs+)

5d23h: %AAA/AUTHOR/TAC+: (3914281355): no username in request

5d23h: AAA/AUTHOR/TAC+: (3914281355): send AV service=auth-proxy

5d23h: AAA/AUTHOR/TAC+: (3914281355): send AV cmd*

5d23h: TAC+: Using default tacacs server-group "tacacs+" list.

5d23h: TAC+: Opening TCP/IP to ###.###.###.###/49 timeout=20

5d23h: TAC+: Opened TCP/IP handle 0x8279F504 to ###.###.###.###/49

5d23h: TAC+: periodic timer started

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### req=82615960 Qd id=3914281355 ver=192 handle=0x8279F504 (ESTAB) expire=19 AUTHOR/START queued

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### (3914281355) AUTHOR/START queued

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### ESTAB id=3914281355 wrote 71 of 71 bytes

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### req=82615960 Qd id=3914281355 ver=192 handle=0x8279F504 (ESTAB) expire=19 AUTHOR/START sent

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### ESTAB read=12 wanted=12 alloc=12 got=12

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### ESTAB read=56 wanted=56 alloc=56 got=44

5d23h: TAC+: ###.###.###.### received 56 byte reply for 82615960

5d23h: TAC+: req=82615960 Tx id=3914281355 ver=192 handle=0x8279F504 (ESTAB) expire=19 AUTHOR/START processed

5d23h: TAC+: (3914281355) AUTHOR/START processed

5d23h: TAC+: periodic timer stopped (queue empty)

5d23h: TAC+: (3914281355): received author response status = FAIL

5d23h: TAC+: Closing TCP/IP 0x8279F504 connection to ###.###.###.##/49

5d23h: AAA/AUTHOR (3914281355): Post authorization status = FAIL

5d23h: HTTP: proxy authorization rejected


The line that interests me is:

5d23h: %AAA/AUTHOR/TAC+: (3914281355): no username in request


Could this be my problem?? Could not be sending the username I entered?? Anybody ever seen this message before?


Thanks


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nickpowers Tue, 10/04/2005 - 13:06
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Figured it out: I had not put in a default aaa authentication login default tacacas+ command. I didn't think it was necessary. I was wrong.

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