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aaa local-override

Is there an equivalent of aaa local-override for the ASA? I would like to have local accounts work on my ASA even if the tacacs server is operational.

Thanks, gary

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Re: aaa local-override

Unfortunately not.

PK

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Cisco Employee

Re: aaa local-override

Unfortunately not.

PK

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Re: aaa local-override

Thanks and it is "unfortunate"

Cisco Employee

Re: aaa local-override


aaa authentication local-override command is used on an individual interface to force the IOS to check the local database before attempting any other form of authentication keeping that in mind Cisco didn't introduce a similar command for firewall.


You may use local authentication for one session like telnet and tacacs and local both for other like SSH.


Regds,

JK


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