I am using TACACS+ authentication and authorization for PIX integrated with the Cisco ACS 4.0
1. aaa authentication telnet console TACSERVER
2. aaa authentication enable console TACSERVER
3. aaa authorization command TACSERVER
Problem is:- When I execute disable command from the PIX privilege mode then I am not able to again enter into privilege mode by giving command Enable. It gives me a error message as command authorization failed.
Also while logging through console port, I get the prompt as PIX>. Now again after giving the Enable command same error message as above comes.
I feel command authorization is not working at PIX> prompt.
I have already applied full privileges to the account. But still its not working. I feel authorization works only from Privilege or config mode. But when I disable from privilege mode and give Enable or any other command, it fails (As I am now in unprivilege mode)
Surprisingly it works very first time when I telnet the PIX and enter into Unprivilege mode i.e.PIX>..I am even able to enter privilege mode from here.
But problem arises only after DISABLE command and from Console Connection.
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