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TACACS+Terminal Access Controller Access Control System Plus (Cisco)
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Web-based GUI for clustering and central management Extensive alerting via remote Syslog, SNMP traps, LiveLog, SMTP, TACACS+
Other management functions within the platform include: authentication, logging and reporting functionality; all monitoring data is available to the ACC administrator within a few seconds; user authentication via Active Directory, eDirectory, TACACS+, LDAP or Radius; as well as automatic transmission of status reports, the company said.
Other communication tools include LDAP, LDAPS, TACACS+, DHCP and a serial interface.
A full range of security features and protocols are also built-in, including per-port passwords, SSH v2.0, RADIUS, SecurID, TACACS+, PPP PAP/CHAP, PPP dial back, built-in database and user access lists.
The new SAN solutions also provide full support for RADIUS and TACACS+ authentication and authorization services, allowing administrators to easily incorporate SANs into overarching network security solutions and centralize security management for the entire network.
Shiva Access Manager is a remote access authentication, authorization and accounting solution for Windows NT or UNIX platforms, and supports both RADIUS and TACACS+ protocols for interoperability with leading remote access servers and third-party security solutions.
Therefore, IPMI management should include support for widely used server-based authentication protocols (LDAP, RADIUS, TACACS+, NIS, Kerberos), industry-standard encryption (Secure Shell for command line access and Secure Socket Layer for Web-based access), and enterprise-compliant access and logging for both end-users and management applications.
On a network with many network devices, the use of a terminal access controller access control system (TACACS+) server allows a remote access server to communicate with an authentication server in order to determine if the user has access to the network.
BSAC's flexibility includes integration with network operating systems directories such as Solaris NIS, NT Domains and Workgroups, and NetWare NDS/3.x bindery, as well as allowing for seamless integration with various third party authentication regimes such as Security Dynamics' (NASDAQ:SDTI) SecurID, Secure Computing's Safeword, Axent's Defender, as well as the old, legacy, proprietary TACACS+ authentication protocol.
Advanced security and traffic control features include access control list, RADIUS and SSH support, as well as 4-queue QoS and private VLAN support, TACACS+, and IEEE 802.1w and 802.1s.
Moreover, Jetnet 7020G supports a wide range of security features, including IP Source Guard, Deny of ARP Inspection and TACACS+, etc.
Among the many methods commonly in use today to accomplish this task are Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP, RADIUS and TACACS+. Employment of each of these methods requires the end-user requesting access to the wireless network to respond to an identity challenge requesting username and password.