Is there a way to have users that dial into an ISDN router authenticated, other than to have the usernames and passwords configured on the router itself?
I've got a TACACS+ and a Radius server that can do authentication, but for some reason the ISDN dialup service still prefers the router's usernames and passwords.
The reason I want to change the authentication method, is for my users to be able to use the Domain usernames and password to authenticate - this is a little less confusing for them. My Radius server (Win2K IAS) supports domain authentication...
I do agree with your method, but wouldn't it be more effecient to build the +TACACS server with the Cisco secure ACS function software and also add the user communities to specific ISDN rotary dialer groups and configure the ISDN router to foward traffic to the authenticating server(s)
She would also have to create access-list filters on the router and delegate authentication and also revoke authentication based on the user community policies.
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