What is Auth port?

What is Auth port?

The Port Authentication page enables configuration of parameters for each port. Since some of the configuration changes are only possible while the port is in Force Authorized state, such as host authentication, it is recommended that you change the port control to Force Authorized before making changes.

What ports does AAA use?

It uses UDP port number 1812 for authentication and authorization and 1813 for accounting. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting are separated in TACACS+. Authentication and Authorization are combined in RADIUS. All the AAA packets are encrypted.

What ports are used for Active Directory authentication?

The below mentioned ports are used for Active Directory authentication:

  • UDP port 389: LDAP.
  • TCP port 53: DNS.
  • TCP, UDP port 88: Kerberos.
  • TCP, UDP port 445: SMB over IP.

How do I remove AAA port access authenticator?

RE: Remove All AAA Config From a Port Please set the quiet-period to 60 and logoff-period to 300 for both authenticator and mac-based. This are the default values and once they are set the lines should disappear from the config.

How do I enable port security on an interface?

To enable the port, we need to use the shutdown and no shutdown interface subcommands….To configure port security, three steps are required:

  1. define the interface as an access interface by using the switchport mode access interface subcommand.
  2. enable port security by using the switchport port-security interface subcommand.

What is AAA authorization network?

On switches “aaa authorization network” refers to authorization of devices connected to the switch, so you would point “aaa authorization network” to a group of ISE/ACS servers, like in your example.

What port does radius use?

The RADIUS protocol uses UDP packets. There are two UDP ports used as the destination port for RADIUS authentication packets (ports 1645 and 1812).

Which ports does Kerberos use?

Kerberos clients need to send UDP and TCP packets on port 88 and receive replies from the Kerberos servers….To summarize, a firewall must allow, for all Kerberos clients:

  • Destination port 88 UDP outbound to Kerberos KDCs.
  • Destination port 88 TCP outbound to Kerberos KDCs.
  • Source port 88 UDP inbound from Kerberos KDCs.

What ports are required for Kerberos authentication?

Ports 88 and 464 are the standard ports for Kerberos authentication.

Is port 5000 Secure?

UDP port 5000 would not have guaranteed communication in the same way as TCP. Because protocol TCP port 5000 was flagged as a virus (colored red) does not mean that a virus is using port 5000, but that a Trojan or Virus has used this port in the past to communicate.