Configure Cisco routers to use Active Directory authentication — the Windows side

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Did you know that you can leverage the Windows Active Directory username/password database to log in to your Cisco routers and switches? In this two-part series, David Davis walks you through the process. This time, he explains how to install, configure, and troubleshoot Windows’ Internet Authentication Service (IAS).

Configure Cisco routers to use Active Directory authentication — the Windows side
Wed, 02 May 2007 19:57:00 GMT

Here’s the second part of the article:

Configure Cisco routers to use Active Directory authentication — the router side

[tags]cisco, network, IT[/tags]