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Cisco IOS supports three types of authorization: Network Authorization Enables network-related requests such as Point to Point (PPP), Serial Line Interface Protocol (SLIP), and Apple Remote Access Protocol (ARAP) connections
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EXEC Authorization Enables the attributes associated with an administrator EXEC terminal session Commands Authorization Enables specific EXEC mode commands that are associated with a specific privilege level (0 15)
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After you have defined the type of commands and/or connections that are going to be permitted, the next step is to define how the administrator will be authorized There are six methods for authorization: TACACS+ The network access server (NAS) exchanges authorization with the TACACS+ security daemon Each appropriate administrator has specific rights defined and stored on the TACACS+ server These rights are communicated between the TACACS+ server and the network devices If-Authenticated This authorization allows access to only the defined request function None The NAS does not request authorization information since authorization is not performed over this line or interface Local The router or access server consults its own local database to authorize specific rights for administrators (This is defined by the username command) RADIUS The NAS requests authorization information from the RADIUS security server, which then returns specific administrator attributes from the administrator information stored in the RADIUS database Kerberos instance map The NAS uses the instance defined by the kerberos instance map command
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Before configuring authorization, you must perform the following tasks: Enable AAA on your network access server Configure AAA authentication (since authorization generally takes place after authentication and relies on authentication to work properly) Configure your network access server to communicate with your RADIUS or TACACS+ server if possible If you are using local authorization, define the rights associated with specific administrators by using the username command If you are using Kerberos, create the administrative instances of administrators in the Kerberos key distribution center by using the kerberos instance map command
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The third A in AAA stands for accounting, which provides a method for tracking the commands executed by your administrators and/or the network resources they are consuming Accounting information can be used for billing, auditing, and reporting functions Tracked data may include information such as Administrator identity Start and stop times Commands executed Number of packets
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Number of bytes AAA accounting takes place when the NAS reports administrator activity to a security server such as TACACS+ or RADIUS This activity (stored in the form of account records) can then be analyzed and used as needed When accounting is enabled on a network device, all interfaces participate the tracking is applied globally to the network device rather than to each interface
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To configure AAA accounting, you need to enable AAA accounting for your desired accounting type (accounting types are defined in the next section) Then you define the characteristics of your security server Some of these characteristics include start-stop This provides additional accounting by instructing the specified security server to send a start-accounting notice at the beginning of the requested process, and a stop-accounting notice at the end of the requested process wait-start This controls access even further by ensuring that the specified security server receives the start-accounting notice before granting the requested process stop-only This is used for minimal accounting only It instructs the specified security server to send a stop-record-accounting notice at the end of the requested process Following is the command used to configure AAA accounting: Router(config)#aaa accounting {system|network|connection|exec|command level} {start-stop|wait-start|stop-only|} {tacacs|radius} To view the active accounting sessions, use Router#show accounting
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Cisco IOS 113 supports five types of accounting, defined in the paragraphs that follow
Command Accounting
Command accounting tracks information (in the security server's command-accounting record) related to the commands executed in the EXEC level for each privilege level In addition to listing the executed commands at each privilege level, command accounting also tracks information such as the date and time of execution, and the name and IP address of the administrator who executed the command NoteCisco's implementation of RADIUS does not support command accounting
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