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Cisco-AVPair multiple attributes in a string

Hi,

I'm deploing auth-proxy services on my ISR 1861. I'm using a Cloudessa public RADIUS Service.

It works fine. I'have only one problem. It seems that in group policies i can define only one string attribute Cisco-AVPair string.

I try to explain better .. I can choice all RFC and Vendor well known attributes ... i can select multiple  types attribute (Session-Timeout, Service-Type, and so on ...) and i can insert the desired value for each of these attributes ... attributes are correctely sent to Router (debug radius). If i insert Cisco-AVPair attribute i can insert a string with attribute in single line ... for example auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15 (mandatory) ... but i can't add another  Cisco-AVPair attribute string to add ACL ...

for example

auth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40

auth-proxy:proxyacl#2=permit ip any any

so the question is ...

Is there a way to insert in a single  Cisco-AVPair attribute string for example:

auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15

auth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40

auth-proxy:proxyacl#2=permit ip any any

in order to instruct the router to use it ?

I'v tried using <R> or \r ... comma  and space with and without double quotes

auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15<R>auth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40

"auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15" <R>a "uth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40"

auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15,auth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40

"auth-proxy:priv-lvl=15";auth-proxy:proxyacl#1=deny ip any 62.149.128.40"

... and so on

but nothing it seems to works fine.

I've opened a tocket to Cloudessa and i'm awaitng for a response ...

someone can help me ?

is it possibile define multiple attributes in ona string ?

Thank you very much

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Cisco-AVPair multiple attributes in a string

Hi,

It looks as if the radius dictionary for the cisco-av-pair should support multiple attributes, there is even an example on how to acheive this in the guide (a little dated ACS 4.0).

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_server_for_windows/4.0/user/guide/ad.html#wp168530

In most of my designs for auth-proxy I have had to enter each cisco-av-pair with each proxy-acl#1...statement so it seems to me as if there maybe a bug in your radius solution not allowing as many cisco-av-pair in your authorization profile.

Thanks,

Tarik Admani
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Reply attribute should use a

Reply attribute should use a += operator for additional avpairs:

 

admin           Cleartext-Password := 1234QWer
                Service-Type = Administrative-User,
                Cisco-AVPair = "shell:roles=network-admin",
                Cisco-AVPair += "shell:priv-lvl=15"

ops             Cleartext-Password := 1234QWer
                Service-Type = NAS-Prompt-User,
                Cisco-AVPair = "shell:roles=network-operator",
                Cisco-AVPair += "shell:priv-lvl=1"

tom             Auth-Type := System
                Service-Type = Administrative-User,
                Cisco-AVPair = "shell:roles=network-admin",
                Cisco-AVPair += "shell:priv-lvl=15"

 

From http://www.layerzero.nl/blog/2013/05/using-freeradius-with-cisco-devices/

 

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Cisco-AVPair multiple attributes in a string

Hi,

Thank you ...

You are right ... it's a for sure a Radius limitation. I've already wirtten to Cloudessa support ... i written to Cisco Support Forum too wishing for a workaround or a way to insert multiple AV row in a single entry.

If multiple AV Pair in a single strin entry and Caloudessa doesn't fix i'm stucked ...

Cloudessa is the only free Radius as Service found in Internet ...

thank you again.

Cisco-AVPair multiple attributes in a string

If you have a tacacs solution you can move this integration over to there. However you will need to doublecheck all attributes and profiles to make sure the same users isnt gaining full access to any other device if TACACS is used as your centralized administration authority.

Thanks,

Tarik Admani
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Tarik Admani *Please rate helpful posts*
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Hi,

Hi,

Did you manage to send multiple  AV pairs from cloudessa to cisco eqipement?

I am facing the same issue with proxy acl.

Regards,

Branimir Turk

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