We have a newly implemented ASR 9010 and are trying to figure out how to best configure it with TACACS, as it is slightly different than IOS.
In ACS, we have two groups: Group 1 and Group 2
Group 1 allows full access in the shell command authorization set.
Group 2 allows limited access in the shell command set (basically just show commands).
Both groups can login fine (aaa authentication login default group <groupname> local)
Group 1 has full access to everything (group I am in).
Group 2 has NO access to anything (can't even perform show commands).
Group 2 CAN access other IOS devices and can perform the various show commands.
With regards to our authorization commands, we currently have it configured as:
aaa authorization commands default group <groupname> local
Why is it working for the one group, but not the other? I've read how IOS XR uses task Ids and other various things that I'm unfamiliar with. I'm mainly curious if I have to use those, if the authorized commands are configured in ACS.
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