Under the "aaa group server radius radius" statement I'd expect to see server statements adding the previously defined radius servers. E.g see Command Reference manual under "(config) aaa group server" or Security Manual page 2-9++.
You RULE, I found the Command Reference Manual and made the changes as you suggested. The problem I am now having is that when I log on via Radius I do not log on as the admin and cannot make any changes.
I read a previous thread from you that the change now has to happen in ACS, since I am not the ACS admin here can you please give me some detailed instruction on how the make the necessary changes to ACS so that I can relay it to my ACS admin?
I don't use the ACS Radius either - but your admin can be pointed at the ACE documentation I referred to in the other thread. He/She should be able to work out what to do. It is generally easy to configure this using the ACS GUI. Failing that they could ask a question on the appropriate forum.
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