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Understanding AAA configuration of basic router

There are two commands within our companies router that I am unsure of. I need an explanation of these two commands and what they do. Thanks ahead of time.

R# AAA Authentication ppp tse local

R# AAA Authorization network tse local

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Hi mwentwrth, aaa

Hi mwentwrth,

 

aaa authentication ppp tse local is a command to authenticate serial interfaces with ppp. tse is a listname and local is a user on your router.

aaa authorization network tse local is a command for authorization (typical via Radius or Tacacs+) in your case first your list tse then local.

so please look where tse is configured should be a radius or tacacs

 

kind regards,

Flo

 

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Hi mwentwrth, aaa

Hi mwentwrth,

 

aaa authentication ppp tse local is a command to authenticate serial interfaces with ppp. tse is a listname and local is a user on your router.

aaa authorization network tse local is a command for authorization (typical via Radius or Tacacs+) in your case first your list tse then local.

so please look where tse is configured should be a radius or tacacs

 

kind regards,

Flo

 

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That clears things up for me.

That clears things up for me. Thanks for the information. 

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