I'm about to configure radius on a 2960 and 2955 switch as I have been testing this on a 1841 router and to my dismay I can't see the options to configure radius, do these L2 switches not supoprt radius?
edit - apoligies I forgot the "aaa new-model" all ok now
The warning message just indicates the new(er) version of IOS will probably not support this feature Eg. radius-server NAME. The newer version is yet to be available from Cisco. The warning message is allowing you time to migrate to a more supportable configuration (you know, research for a better way to perform your task).
I would guess it depends on which command caused the notice message. From the output, it's not clear which command provided the notice. But at any rate, you are fine for now as the message in referring to a future release.
When you get to this link, scroll down to the Security, Services and VPN section. Next click on Cisco IOS Security Command Reference: Commands M to R. From there can find a link to the radius server command.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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