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Configure Firewall inside PAM


I want to monitor all the activities inside Firewall system(Radius Server). The Firewall server is installed on cicso IOS.

Please guys let me know if it's possible or not. to configure inside PAM?
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Re: Configure Firewall inside PAM


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Re: Configure Firewall inside PAM


Please find following requirement detail and please let us know if it's feasible or not.

Integration of CISCO network devices and ASA firewall with PAM.

1. Monitoring firewall log and privilege access to firewall.
2. Record the Session

I found this URL it look like to full fill my requirements but unable to find any document or release notes about mentioned solution.

Please guys help me out.
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Re: Configure Firewall inside PAM

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Re: Configure Firewall inside PAM

Also, perhaps related, SSH-Relay has been recently enhanced in 3.5 "to support privileged access to target resources, such as network switches, and mainframes using the Telnet protocol" :
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