Does ACS 3.0 has a logging that detects any changes done on the switches or routers? Can someone point me a right direction? I noticed it only logged who is login and on what time. Thank you in advance.
ACS 3.0 will log all accounting packets, depending on what the NAS is capable of sending. If you need to log commands that are processed on the NAS, you will need to utilise command authorization.
Command Authorization works only with Tacacs and will query the ACS server every time someone enters a command to ensure they are allowed to run the command. Accounting can then be done when the requests are approved by the ACS server.
There are two choices in as far as the ACS 3.0 configuration is concerned - you can either implement shared profile components or you can simply add the command authorization straight to the group settings.
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