We have a very old Cisco Access Control System (ACS) Appliance, I believe the software version is 3.3. A couple of years ago we were supposed to replace it but we didn't do it. Now, we are looking to replace it and I want to know if the latest version of Cisco ACS are software based? I saw a 5.8 version for virtual devices?
Also, we are looking into getting a dual factor authentication for our network devices that all of them are Cisco, any recommendations?
All: I take it L2TP was removed on the ASA5500-x platform? Either that or it doesn't work in Clustered, Multi-context mode? Thanks, ~BAS-----------ASACLUSTER1/context0(config-group-policy)# vpn-tunnel-protocol ?group-policy mode commands/op...
Hi,I was trying to 2fa cisco duo , all the required settings done as per below . The problem is duo cloud does nti not getting any request from the asa . So I am not getting any code from the duo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nEvmc8wji...
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