I'm looking for a bit of guidance. Aplogies if I'm not following the correct procedure but I'm a newbie to CSC so feel free to let me know if I'm not posting my question properly. I'm a network admin for a medium sized company running a variety of Cisco devices. Currently all we have set up is local username password authentication on the devices.
I've been tasked with coming up with a AAA solution so that we can control who gets access to the devices, what level of access they get and logging ofwhat activities they performed. In the current climate we won't get the money to buy ACS or anything similar so my question is this.
Can Microsoft Internet Authentication Server (IAS) provide me with a decent AAA solution ?
All I really want to do is allow network admins full access to the devices (privelige 15) and help desk staff some cut down level of access (yet to be decided) with authenication occuring using Acive Directory.
From what I read the Authencation part isn't too difficult but I want to tie in the Authorization and Accounting into the solution.
Can anyone give me a starting point or benefit of their experience ?
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