I agree that seeing the config would be the best place to start. If we do not identify the problem from that it would be helpful if you would run debug aaa authentication and debug radius authentication, attempt to access via vty, and post the debug output.
If the console authentication is through "console-access" which says:
aaa authentication login console-access none
then its authentication is "none" and it does not go to the Radius server for authentication.
The vty do go to Radius for authentication. So that brings me back to my question about whether there is anything in the logs on the Radius server that indicates whether the Radius server is seeing any authentication requests from the vty.
I would also suggest that it might help us get to understanding the problem if you would run
debug aaa authentication
debug radius authentication
then attempt to login in through vty and then post the debug output.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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