I currently have an ASA 5520 9.0 concentrating remote Access VPN authenticated trhough an ACS Radius server. I also have an ACS Tacacs+ server for authenticating access to the network devices (routers, switches, etc). My IT Manager asked me to integrate a second level of authentication through RSA token´s. Question´s:
How does it work?
Can I use my ACS Tacacs+ as a redundancy method for authenticating VPN´s in the case that my Radius server goes down?
Can I user my ACS Radius server as a redundancy method for authenticating management to my network devices in the case my Tacacs+ server goes down?
Also, the RSA token can be used to authenticate access for managing the network devices?
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