i need add some branch routers as clients to the acs server. so when choosing the ip addresses of these routers, which interface's ip address should i choose?
if i use these routers' loopback interface ip address, should i add any other command beside the basic aaa configurations? I mean to specify the loop back address as the source to send related aaa info to the acs server?
Hi! Thanks a lot for your help! And could you tell me any links to learn these commands?
And more help is needed, if each branch router has a isdn backup for the main ddn circuit to the center router, in order to authenticate the user of isdn in case the failure of main circuit, how can i add users in the acs server? I mean if it is same as i do when i add users for telnet and enable authentication.
The following command for isdn authentication I configured on the center router:
aa authentication ppp default group tacacs+
tacacs-server host x.x.x.x key xxxxxxx
And users for isdn have been defined in the branch routers.
So will the above configuration enough for the isdn authentication to take effect?
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