I'm new to the list, but I have a few questions to pose...
1. Does anyone know of a secure implementation of remote access provided by
a third party such as a ISP or other value added network provider?
2. Has anyone worked with a TACACS server or other authentication
server/service that could successfully and securely navigate a protected
network to allow access to remote dial-in client for IP or other protocols?
I am looking specifically at the capabilities of the Cisco access server
environment coupled with multiple customer controlled tacplus servers and a
central tacplus authentication "director" that would receive the initial
request and forward it to the network owners tacplus server for actual
authentication. The tacplus server would need to be sophisticated enough to
set up a secure tunnel or other secure transport thru the network owners
firewall system and set up a route thru the public network to the dial in user.
thanks in advance,