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Removing Tacacs+ ????

Hello,

I removed Tacacs from my router config by "no aaa new-model" but I am not anymore able to login by the username and password that I had already configured on my router.

How can I activate this username and password?

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Re: Removing Tacacs+ ????

Persepolis77,

You need to re-enable aaa new-model.

You need this command to be able to use your local username and password command. You don't need to run TACACS on your routers. You can use LOCAL authentication. I think that is what you are trying to do anyway.

Right now your router is local for only the password on your vty lines and enable password.

Most likely you didn't set up a password for your "line vty" so you will have to console into the equipment.

Sorry

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New Member

Re: Removing Tacacs+ ????

Persepolis77,

You need to re-enable aaa new-model.

You need this command to be able to use your local username and password command. You don't need to run TACACS on your routers. You can use LOCAL authentication. I think that is what you are trying to do anyway.

Right now your router is local for only the password on your vty lines and enable password.

Most likely you didn't set up a password for your "line vty" so you will have to console into the equipment.

Sorry

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Re: Removing Tacacs+ ????

Thanks alot romeocz,

I re-enabled aaa new-model and diabled my Tacacs only by :

no aaa authentication login xxx group tacacs+ local

no aaa authentication enable default group tacacs+ enable

no aaa authorization exec default group tacacs+ none

no aaa accounting commands 15 default start-stop group tacacs+

then added :

aaa authentication login default local

and my local username and password work fine.

Thank you again.

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