I have seen the following configuration used, but don't see the point of the enable method at the end, since it will never progress beyond the line password. I have tested this by having the TACACS server down, and removing the line password, but it still won't fail over to the enable password. Can you see any reason for the use of the enable password?
aaa authentication login default tacacs+ line enable
Thank you for your excellent reply. I am still having trouble, as shown below, my test never tries the enable method. Would you please tell me what software version you used, and please send me your full configuration.
Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
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