The following table describes the TACACS/TACACS+ information displayed by the show aaa command.
Table 3.3: Output of the show aaa command for TACACS/TACACS+
The show web command displays the privilege level of Web management interface users. For example:
Syntax: show web
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
To configure TACACS/TACACS+ using the Web management interface:
Log on to the device using a valid user name and password for read-write access. The System configuration
panel is displayed.
If you configuring TACACS/TACACS+ authentication for Telnet access to the CLI, go to step 3. Otherwise, go
to step 7.
Select the Management link to display the Management configuration panel.
Select Enable next to Telnet Authentication. You must enable Telnet authentication if you want to use
TACACS/TACACS+ or RADIUS to authenticate Telnet access to the device.
Click Apply to apply the change.
Select the Home link to return to the System configuration panel.
Select the TACACS link from the System configuration panel to display the TACACS panel.
If needed, change the Authentication port and Accounting port. (The default values work in most networks.)
Enter the key if applicable.
The setting configured with the tacacs-server key command. At the Super User
privilege level, the actual text of the key is displayed. At the other privilege levels, a
string of periods (....) is displayed instead of the text.
The setting configured with the tacacs-server retransmit command.
The setting configured with the tacacs-server timeout command.
The setting configured with the tacacs-server dead-time command.
For each TACACS/TACACS+ server, the IP address, port, and the following
statistics are displayed:
Number of times the port was opened for communication with the
Number of times the port was closed normally
Number of times port was closed due to a timeout
Number of times an error occurred while opening the port
Number of packets received from the server
Number of packets sent to the server
The current connection status.
is can be "no connection" or "connection active".
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