We are using ACS 3.0 and vasco tokens, the are both configured on the same server. Authentication is now done by the token server and is working fine, but when we are troubleshooting the routers it's not usefull of having the tokenserver.
So what we want is that we are authenticated bij ACS for the routers and authenticated for the pix by the token server.
Does any one have a suggestion how we can do this?
Re: Using acs or token server for differend devices
That is correct. If I turn on authentication on the ACS its for every device I attach. What I want is that I can make the difference between a router and a pix.
For example for troubleshooting it's not easy if you have to authenticate with a token. So we have some routers on our network wich we have to connect more than other routers. Therefore it's easy if I can make the difference for a device on how to connect. But other people have to connect with a token so we can see who has attached the device.
What I want to know is how I can make the difference for this on ACS or on the router.
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