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%AAA-6-USER_BLOCKED: Enable view requires to be authenticated by non-none methods,Please use the appropriate method with the login authentication

Hi guys,

I am doing some basic VIEW config with Cisco ACS 4.2 and I've had a issue below:

1. %AAA-6-USER_BLOCKED: Enable view requires to  be authenticated by non-none methods,Please use the appropriate method with the  login authentication

None method authentication is not allowed in CLI

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Anybody has been seen and fixed it before? thank you so much.



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Re: %AAA-6-USER_BLOCKED: Enable view requires to be authenticate

Hi can you share with us your AAA configuration section on the AAA device (switch/router)?

What is the Radius server you are using?




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%AAA-6-USER_BLOCKED: Enable view requires to be authenticated by

Hi Tran,

For the parser view to work, you need to do the authentication default local in the aaa.

Then try authenticating again.

Use the local enable password.

U'll surely get the output as:

*Nov 27 11:03:49.917: %PARSER-6-VIEW_SWITCH: successfully set to view 'root'.

Config is as follows:

enable password cisco

aaa new-model

aaa authentication login default local


Router#enable view



*Nov 27 11:03:49.917: %PARSER-6-VIEW_SWITCH: successfully set to view 'root'.



Then once the view has been created, you can work and change accordingly the aaa-authentication and everything as per need.

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