Any version of ACS will support both TACACS and Radius at the same time. It has two services running on the machine, CSTACACS and CSRadius, each one handles requests coming in separately, so they can always run together.
You just need to make sure the NAS you define under Network Configuration is correctly defined as a Radius or a TACACS device, then ACS will know what type of packet to expect from it.
hello. Thanks for your reply. I did as you suggested and set up the NAS to use radius authentication. It does not work though. do you know if I need to do something particular with the Radius IETF configuration.
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