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hi! I;m trying to configure ssh and aaa in CatOS. Anyone know what's the neccessary commands for what i'm trying to achive in the commands below? we've that in IOS but not too sure about catos. Thanks.username admin password xxxxxaaa new-modelaaa aut...

dkblee by Beginner
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Hi,In a router, if you configure tacacs-server host tacacs-1 tacacs-2, this is how you set up ACS redundancy.  My question is, how does router check the pulse of each tacacs server?  By ping or some other keepalive mechanism?  What does this command ... by Participant
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hello,I want to security Level of login User created on Router or Firewall or any network Devices means that 0 to 15 level,How I can Know how much authority is available On network Login User.And also I want to kanow security zone, means what traffic...

Dear All,I'm trying to install an ACS Solution Engine in My network for access control (AAA). I succeed in setting up authentication using the internal database and that works. now My boss want users to be authenticated through an external database (...

we are trying to set up Cisco Secure ACS (5.0) which will automatically allocate unknown users to a Guest Vlan.  802.1X is configured on the switches but our lack of undersatnding of the ACS prevents us completing this task.  I am aware that we need ...

KeithN123 by Beginner
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