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HP5500-HI + TACACS ACS (version 5.7) CISCO

frodrigues
Occasional Contributor

HP5500-HI + TACACS ACS (version 5.7) CISCO

Hi guys,

I have a privilege level problem between an HP switch and the Cisco ACS server.

Apparently the ACS server is not passing the parameters of privilege properly and this is causing the Users do not access the switch.

Does anyone have any idea of the parameters that I set the ACS for the privilege of problems to be solved?

The following logs that captured the switch for analysis:

*Jun 21 21:49:31:862 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:  Create HWTACACS authentication request packet success
*Jun 21 21:49:31:863 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for AAA->TAC:
*Jun 21 21:49:31:864 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for AAA->TAC:
UserID=93  PacketType=3  AuthenType=1
AuthenService=1  PrivLevel=0  Version=c0  TemplateNum=0
UserName=teste  PortName=vty1  RemAddress=192.168.1.23
UserMsg=******  DataMsg=******

*Jun 21 21:49:31:866 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for AAA->TAC:
*Jun 21 21:49:31:867 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for AAA->TAC:
UserID=93  PacketType=3  AuthenType=1
AuthenService=1  PrivLevel=0  Version=c0  TemplateNum=0
UserName=teste  PortName=vty1  RemAddress=192.168.1.23
UserMsg=******  DataMsg=******

*Jun 21 21:49:31:868 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: Got nas-ip 10.36.1.132 and VPN 0 of server 172.31.50.169.
*Jun 21 21:49:31:869 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: Successfully set socket VPN attribute (VPN index: 0).
*Jun 21 21:49:31:869 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
 hwtacacs create new session :
 session id: 91286, user id: 93, server ip: 172.31.50.169
*Jun 21 21:49:31:870 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: The tac session-mng timer has resumed.
*Jun 21 21:49:31:871 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
version:c0  type:AUTHEN_REQUEST
seq_no:1  flag:ENCRYPTED_FLAG
session_id:16496  length:37
action:AUTHEN_LOGIN  priv_lvl:VISIT  authen_type:AUTHEN_TYPE_ASCII
service:AUTHEN_SVC_LOGIN
user len:13      port len:4      rem_addr len:12         data len:0
user name:teste  port:vty1  rem_addr:192.168.1.23  data:

*Jun 21 21:49:31:872 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: statistic: transmit flag:1, server flag: 0,packet flag:0xff
*Jun 21 21:49:31:874 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
 hwtacacs packet sending success!
 version:c0 type:01 sequence:01 flag:00 session id:91286 length:37
*Jun 21 21:49:31:875 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: Authentication sending(Result = 0)
*Jun 21 21:49:31:878 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: No useful server.
*Jun 21 21:49:31:879 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_AUTHEN_NoReplyCallBack:no useful hwtac server
*Jun 21 21:49:31:879 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for TAC->AAA:
*Jun 21 21:49:31:880 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
TAC_MESSAGE for TAC->AAA:
ulUserID=93
ucTACTemplateNO=0
ucflag=51
Echo=0
ServerMsg=

*Jun 21 21:49:31:881 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
 server172.31.50.169 close a session 91286 with user 93!
*Jun 21 21:49:31:882 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event:
 hwtacacs session is deleted due to finishing session:
 session id: 91286, user id: 93, server ip: 172.31.50.169
*Jun 21 21:49:31:883 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: Tac receive ASYN CLOSE message, discard it.
*Jun 21 21:49:32:856 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 TAC/7/Event: The tac session-mng timer has paused.
#Jun 21 21:49:32:886 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 SSH/4/TrapAuthFailed:
1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.2.22.1.3.0.1 SSH authentication fail trap information

#Jun 21 21:50:02:425 2000 GRU-TP3-SW-CE-0180 SSH/4/TrapAuthFailed:
1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.2.22.1.3.0.1 SSH authentication fail trap information

2 REPLIES
Mike_ES
Valued Contributor

Re: HP5500-HI + TACACS ACS (version 5.7) CISCO

Hi,

Please be aware of attached AAA service guide - integration of Cisco ACS and Comware

What version of Comware do you have? 5 or 7?

frodrigues
Occasional Contributor

Re: HP5500-HI + TACACS ACS (version 5.7) CISCO

Hi Mike,

thanks for listening. We are using Comware 5.