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Cisco Radius help

I have setup aaa on my Cisco 3800 to an IAS Radius 2003 Server. Everything works but I want to configure the IAS to hand the privileges for the user logging in. Any ideas on how to do this?

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Cisco Radius help

You'll need to pass the privilege level to the user with a class-attribute. You can select "Cisco-AV-Pair" and for the value, type "shell:priv-lvl=3" or whatever level you have configured in your router. Here's a good site describing the process as well:

http://blog.skufel.net/2012/06/how-to-integrating-cisco-devices-access-with-microsoft-npsradius/

HTH,
John

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Cisco Radius help

Thanks, but I am not using NPS, I am still using IAS on Server 2003. I need the Vendor-assigned Attribute number, Attribute format, and Attribute value.

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