We are using CPPM 220.127.116.11909. We have just had a issue where everyone who tried to log onto devices which are authenticated using tacacs they were rejected with the following error message:
Authentication Request Messages
The passwords that were entered were correct. A few users and I were able to log onto other devices that don't use tacacs (server) with the same credentials. We resolved the issue by clearing the cache on the auth source but I can't find what the original cause of the issue is.
Has anyone encountered this issue before? Do you know what caused it? And is there a permanent fix for it?
Can you provide logs from Access Tracker for the failed cases?
Usually analyzing in details the Input tab, you can find the case why it happened. Please provide some more information from Access Tracker and maybe we can check.
Is this what you're looking for? (See attached)
Actually i wanted a Print Screen from the Access Tracker page, and pressing on a Failed Use case for Tacacs+ on the input tab.
So a print screen of the information on the Input tab would be good to have so i can give it a check.
Please see attached. I have taken screen shots on all tabs. See attached.
It doesn't give you much information
You have an @ Argument.
I suppose you are trying to authenticate using AD.
Can you go the TACACS service and under the Authentication Tab, you have an option "Strip Username Rules".
Try to do the following:
And, when trying to login on the Network Device, try just:username [Without the @domain]
Did you have the issue solved?
Yes. We think it's a bug with the version (18.104.22.168909). Rebooting the server solved the issue.
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