Let say my routers are configured to authenticate tru the radius server. What if that radius server goes down, how can i telnet/ssh into my router then? Thats why im finding a way wherein login should first be authenticated tru the radius server and if no radius server found (radius is down) a backdoor username/password can be used.
It is a very common requirement to have some backup method of authentication such as local authentication in case the configured server (or multiple servers) is not available. Assuming that you have the radius server configured you would want something like this in your config:
aaa authentication login default group radius local
This will attempt to authenticate with radius and if there is an error in that authentication attempt then it will authenticate with the configured local user ID and password.
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