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help with AAA on router

I have setup our AUX ports on our routers so that it uses a local username and password for authentication and authorization, instead of the TACACS that the other lines use. It works ok, but it still prompts me to enter an enable password to get into enable mode. If I login to another line via TACACS, it takes me directly to enable mode without having to do that. Here is the config I created for my aux port:

aaa authentication login AUXPORT local

aaa authorization exec AUXPORT if-authenticated

aaa authorization commands 15 AUXPORT if-authenticated

line aux 0

login authentication AUXPORT

authorization exec AUXPORT

authorization commands 15 AUXPORT

how do I set it so when I login it takes me into enable mode direct?

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Re: help with AAA on router

Hi,

Try to use aaa authorization AUXPORT, or simpler option is to use "privilege level 15" command under aux 0.

Rgds,

AK

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