I?ve configured AAA on network devices for access authentication against ACS (3.2 on Windows). ACS is configured to authenticate users against Windows AD accounts. ACS is configured properly and I?m able to login using AD accounts onto network devices. However I have a basic question here:
The privilege level set to users / user groups on ACS is level 15 for all AAA clients. When user login using SSH / Telnet connection, by default he is placed in privilege level 1. The user has to give enable command and type in enable password to geton to enable mode. Is this normal way of working or am I missing something here.
How do I place the users in privilege mode by default?
If it's just a router then you should be able to fix this in the ACS server by modifying the Privilege Level attribute - change it from the default of 1 to 15. (Don't confuse this with the Max Privilege setting in Enable Options).
Not totally sure about version 3.2 but this works in 3.3 and later.
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