I am planning to authenticate ssh logins to Solaris 8/9 systems using PAM and radius (while radius is considered the primary solution, tacacs+ could be used, too). The radius/tacacs+ server is provided by a Cisco ACS.
Can anybody out there confirm that the combination "Solaris & PAM & radius/tacacs+ & Cisco ACS" is correctly doing this authentication stuff? Is there anything to specially consider?
Re: Using Cisco ACS for Solaris login authentication
Hard to comment with any certainty but provided the client implementation of RADIUS is sound AND the authentication protocol is one that ACS supports, eg PAP, CHAP, MSCHAP, LEAP, EAP (PEAP/FAST/TLS/GTC/MSCHAP) then should be fine.
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