Can you use dial-up with MS certificates and 5300?
So far here are the parts involved.
1) multiple AS5300s using TACACS+ for AAA
2) Cisco ACS server (tacacs+)
3) RSA secureID token server
4) XP clients dial-in.
So the client dials the 5300, 5300 asks for username/token password and presents to ACS server. ACS server then queries RSA token server for authentication.
Works just fine.
But I'd like to replace the hard tokens with Microsoft Certificates. I can't seem to find any information about using certificates for dial-in. It looks like newer versions of IOS support EAP but can I use these features for PPP in a dial-in case?
Can somebody explain the process and pieces needed or simply say "yes, you can do it". I've read that I may have to use some radius extensions in order to use EAP?
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