CSS TACACS+ w/o authorization, everyone is privileged
I have a CSS 11506 (7.40.1.03)configured as a TACACS client with:
virtual authentication primary tacacs
virtual authentication secondary local
tacacs-server key <our key>
tacacs-server frequency 0
tacacs-server <ip addr> 49 primary frequency 0
tacacs-server <ip addr> 49 frequency 0
tacacs-server account config
(no tacacs-server authorize config)
Whenever any TACACS user telnets or ssh's and logs into the CSS, they are connected in "privileged" mode ("#" prompt), no matter what their TACACS profile may be. Our ACS system is not set up for authorization, and works fine on all our other routers and switches.
I would expect the user to be in "user" (non-privileged) mode when they connect. Am I missing something?
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