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Running a router as TACACS server (Local AAA)

Hi,

I'd like to be able run aaa on the secure part of my network, and I came across an article on Local AAA server (IOS Security Confiruration Guide, Release 12.4) that say I should be able to do just that..

I have a 2600 with c2600-ipbasek9-mz.124-8

I have tried to follow the example given, but that is not specifically for Tacacs authent. but when I configure tacacs on another device and do a sh tacacs the server (router) is not listening.

is there a simple guide as to how to use Local AAA in this way ?

can anyone start me off on this ?

very many thanks, Will

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Re: Running a router as TACACS server (Local AAA)

Hi Will,

AAA on router will refer to keyword 'local'.

You need to configure user in router local database. Normally, the aaa config guide will include tacacs+/radius as well, but you can always use 'local' as your aaa server source.

The following will use local database as default aaa source:

aaa authentication login default local

Same goes to authorization.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6350/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00805010dd.html#wp1001192

Rgds,

AK

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