Cisco Router - User identity with Context Directory Agent?
Does anyone know if you can setup a Cisco ISR with the Context Directory Agent (CDA) to provide user identity and create firewall rules based on that identity? The context directory agent says it uses radius to send information the the end devices (ASA's and Web Security Devices), so it would seem logical that an ISR router could talk to the agent through radius also.
Does anyone know any other ways to automatically get user identity (i.e. without user interaction like with proxy authentication) on a Cisco Router?
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