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AAA Identity Management Security Cisco's complete authoritative guide to Authentication Authorization and Accounting AAA solutions with CiscoSecure ACS AAA solutions are very freuently used by customers to provide secure access to devices and networks AAA solutions are difficult and confusing to implement even though they are almost mandatory Helps IT Pros choose the best identity management protocols and designs for their environments Covers AAA on Cisco routers switches access points and firewalls This is the first complete authoritative single source guide to implementing configuring and managing Authentication Authorization and Accounting AAA identity management with CiscoSecure Access Control Server ACS 4 and 5 Written by three of Cisco's most experienced CiscoSecure product support experts it covers all AAA solutions except NAC on Cisco routers switches access points firewalls and concentrators It also thoroughly addresses both ACS configuration and troubleshooting including the use of external databases supported by ACS Each of this book's six sections focuses on specific Cisco devices and their AAA configuration with ACS Each chapter covers configuration syntax and examples debug outputs with explanations and ACS screenshots Drawing on the authors' experience with several thousand support cases in organizations of all kinds AAA Identity Management Security presents pitfalls warnings and tips throughout Each major topic concludes with a practical hands on lab scenario corresponding to a real life solution that has been widely implemented by Cisco customers This book brings together crucial information that was previously scattered across multiple sources It will be indispensable to every professional running CiscoSecure ACS 4 or 5 as well as all candidates for CCSP and CCIE Security or R and S certification

14 thoughts on “AAA Identity Management Security

  1. James James says:

    Unfortunately this book tries to cover both version 4 and version 5 of the ACS software I say unfortunately because they're so different from each other they both deserve their own book That being said this book was far better for learning how to configure version 5 than going through the user guide from Cisco But it left off with just the basics I still needed the user guide to show how to configure certain things and even then I've had to open TAC cases in order to help with configurations Hopefully in another year or so someone else will come out with a book that focuses on just version 5 and helps to clear some of this stuff up

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