Can't local login after configuring Radius on Nexus 7K
Ladies and Gents,
My organization has a Nexus 7K that was previously set up by an external network engineer. It is part of my job to manage it. Radius was configured but it was configured incorrectly(pointing to the wrong radius server). I corrected this and can use my ldap credentials but now I cannot use any default logons through SSH. My ldap credentials are not tied into any roles so I have no permissions. This leaves me with only being able to console into the switch in order to make administrative changes. I've removed the radius servers from the switch's running configuration in an attempt to force the switch to switch back to local login however this hasn't corrected the issue. Now that the radius severs are out of the running config I have no idea how the switch is still allowing me to use ldap credentials to log in. Any ideas?
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