I'm able to create user accounts in ACS who can successfully log on to MDS 2916 via telnet. However, thes user have "Network-operator" privileges. How can I give this TACACS+ user accounts "Network-admin" privileges.
Starting with 1.3.5 SAN-OS, you can apply the following in TACACs so a MDS user will get to be admin. However, the following does not interfere with the IOS enable privleges. In a nutshell, if you want it all to work together, upgrade the MDS's to 1.3.5 and in the server, use one of the following:
command in my TACACS settings and I have successfully logged in into my router and MDS 9K (OS 1.3.4a).
However, I have experienced some problems in the login process for the MDS (It seems like a bug). Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesnt. Maybe it's the bug that ARueda is talking about (CSCee83961).
that is part of the bug, when you have a somewhat large cisco environment with multiple ethernet and fiber gear this becomes more clear. the bug does affect Cisco's IOS but given the large IOS base,it was easier to fix SanOS. I am going to load 2 on one of our production switches this weekend. if you want me to i can keep you posted.
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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