I am trying to configure Radius on a new Nexus 3064. I have configured AAA and have set: aaa authentication login console group GROUP_NAME local.
When I try to the login to the Console with Radius I am receiving the following message:
RADIUS-3-RADIUS_ERROR_MESSAGE: radius_request_process: Error sending RADIUS packet to server 10.1.1.205 on vrf default and on 35: No route to host
On the device I have configured the default route for the Management VRF and I can ping the aaa server from the management VRF Context. How do I configure the switch to use the Management VRF for AAA Authentication?
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