Prerequisites for Configuring Lock-and-Key
Lock-and-key uses IP extended access lists. You must have a solid understanding of how access lists are used to filter traffic, before you attempt to configure lock-and-key. Access lists are described in the chapter “Access Control Lists: Overview and Guidelines.”
Lock-and-key employs user authentication and authorization as implemented in Cisco’s authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) paradigm. You must understand how to configure AAA user authentication and authorization before you configure lock-and-key. User authentication and authorization is explained in the “Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)” part of this document.
Lock-and-key uses the autocommand command, which you should understand. This command is described in the Cisco IOSTerminal Services Command Reference.