I am Anubhav ,i m new to TACACS+ server and trying to implement aaa authentication using Cisco TACACS+ Server for which i've decided following AAA commands and a fall back user user1 has been configured on router to be authenticated.
aaa authentication login default group tacacs+ local aaa authentication login NO_AUTHEN none aaa authorization config-commands aaa authorization exec default group tacacs+ if-authenticated aaa authorization exec NO_AUTHOR none aaa authorization commands 1 default group tacacs+ if-authenticated aaa authorization commands 1 NO_AUTHOR none aaa authorization commands 15 default group tacacs+ if-authenticated aaa authorization commands 15 NO_AUTHOR none aaa authorization network serial none aaa accounting exec default start-stop group tacacs+ aaa accounting commands 15 default stop-only group tacacs+ aaa session-id common:purpose of this line ?
Kindly check if it's ok and i might not get locked out.acs server has been defined on router .kindly guide us on steps to configure the user ,group ,privilege level on TACACS.
As I ve written in my previous post that i ve configured acs-server host and key on router , i ve created a user name test 1 on acs and added ,the router through add AAA client and Secure as shared Key.I must mention that i am using a Cisco 3845 router connected on my LAN for testing ACS and I have access to it through console as well.What else should I do on acs4.2 to get it authenticated by TACACS server ,also if i have more routers to add ,could i create a group in the same way and add AAA clients,Kindly suggest if my approach is correct.will there be separate users for each AAA client or same user can be used for all AAA clients for authentication through ACS if they are assigned to same group or if they are in Default group.
Also how to implement policies on a group(say:security).Is there any screenshots tutorial available for the same.
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