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We are evaluating options for AAA/TACACS+.  We have done some research and found open source options, but, they seem to be homegrown which doesn’t quite give us the “warm and fuzzy” feeling.  We have looked at RADIUS, but, so far, it seems there is limited accounting for network gear.  I wanted to ask other EDUs what they suggest for a TACACS+ solution.  Please email offline.

 

Thank you and Happy Holidays.

 

Ronald King

Security Engineer

Norfolk State University

Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research

Suite 401

555 Park Ave.

Norfolk, Virginia  23504

Phone:  757-823-3918

Fax: 757-823-2128

Email: raking@nsu.edu

http://security.nsu.edu

 

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Hi Ronald,

You might take a look at Radiator [ http://www.open.com.au ]. It's a commercial product implemented in Perl.  I use it for RADIUS but it also supports TACACS+.  It's extremely customizable if you are used to working with unix-style config files.

Best,
Matt
--
Matt Richard '08
Access and Security Coordinator
Information Technology Services
Franklin & Marshall College
matt.richard@fandm.edu
(717) 291-4157

On 12/16/2011 04:18 PM, King, Ronald A. wrote:

We are evaluating options for AAA/TACACS+.  We have done some research and found open source options, but, they seem to be homegrown which doesn’t quite give us the “warm and fuzzy” feeling.  We have looked at RADIUS, but, so far, it seems there is limited accounting for network gear.  I wanted to ask other EDUs what they suggest for a TACACS+ solution.  Please email offline.

 

Thank you and Happy Holidays.

 

Ronald King

Security Engineer

Norfolk State University

Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research

Suite 401

555 Park Ave.

Norfolk, Virginia  23504

Phone:  757-823-3918

Fax: 757-823-2128

Email: raking@nsu.edu

http://security.nsu.edu

 


We also use radiator. Russell The University of Auckland On 17/12/2011, at 10:18 AM, King, Ronald A. wrote: > We are evaluating options for AAA/TACACS+. We have done some research and found open source options, but, they seem to be homegrown which doesn’t quite give us the “warm and fuzzy” feeling. We have looked at RADIUS, but, so far, it seems there is limited accounting for network gear. I wanted to ask other EDUs what they suggest for a TACACS+ solution. Please email offline. > > Thank you and Happy Holidays. > > Ronald King > Security Engineer > Norfolk State University > Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research > Suite 401 > 555 Park Ave. > Norfolk, Virginia 23504 > Phone: 757-823-3918 > Fax: 757-823-2128 > Email: raking@nsu.edu > http://security.nsu.edu > >