on Windows 2000 or better Workstation or Server
can be installed on a Windows Server or desktop system. Windows Server
is preferred for Active Directory integration, but can also be run on
a Windows desktop system with local Users and Groups, or with static
(text) credentials configured within the system.
software with installation wizard
does not require compiling and comes with an easy to use installation
wizard to get you up and running within minutes.
as a Windows service
software does not require any other languages or interpreters like Perl,
Java, or Python. This simplifies installation and reduces complexity
support for the TACACS+ protocol
the TACACS+ protocol defined in RFC 1492
and IETF Draft.
configuration with text-based XML files.
& Flexible Policies
can be set by user, client, subnet, IP range, day, or time of day. Policies
can also overlap, enabling the administrator to set multiple policies
including fallback groups.
ACLs for authenticated users
ACLs are supported to restrict users for VPNs and proxy authentication.
Vendor specific Attributes (VSAs) are supported.
command-line testing tool
is used for testing and debugging TACACS+ servers. It can be used in
stand-alone mode with or without the TACACS.net server. It can log TACACS+
requests and responses, it is scriptable, and can be used to run performance
tests against a target server.
for local authentication with text files increases security. Utility
included for creating encrypted passwords.
Includes Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication.
Utility included for creating managing shared secrets.
- No restrictions
on users, clients, or servers.
on as many servers as needed.
will not revert or stop working after a period of time.
We want to hear from you! Propose or vote on future features at our UserVoice site.
Custom development is available
deployment requres a feature that is not already available in TACACS.net,
Tell us about the desired feature,
and we will respond with a quote for custom
development. Be sure to include timelines and budgetary constraints
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