I use the ACS box mainly for AAA on the switches and routers using tacacs. Now we're looking at the possibility of using 802.1x, my early reading tell me I have to use RADIUS, but I'm using TACACS, can I have ttow different methods of authentication on the same switch/router?
I'm also stuck with the same problem. I understand that a Router/Switch could be configured to use both the protocols get authenticated, however I don't see if the same is possible with any of the ACS Servers?
Or in other words, if I have to use the dot1x and the TACACS for enable purposes, I have to use 2 differnt ACS Servers, one with RADIUS and second with the TACACS+ protocol.
You do have to have two entries in the ACS box. So here's how I did it, I named one entry switch1 and the other entry switch1-radius. On the switch1 I selected tacacs on the switch1-radius I selected RADIUS (CISCO IOS PIX).
Restarted the service and it didn't complain a bit and it works fine.
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