no radius accounting when redundancy inter-device configured
IOS 12.4T: no radius accounting when redundancy inter-device is configured
Even the redundancy protocol is not configured with any profile, the effect of having redundancy inter-device configured as a config parameter end in suppressed radius requests. Can be verified with debug aaa accounting
The command can not be removed with the "no" option. Config must be manually modfied and copied to start-up.
TEST-FSI-3825#sho radius stat Auth. Acct. Both Maximum inQ length: NA NA 0 Maximum waitQ length: NA NA 0 Maximum doneQ length: NA NA 0 Total responses seen: 0 0 0 Packets with responses: 0 0 0 Packets without responses: 0 0 0 Access Rejects : 0 Average response delay(ms): 0 0 0 Maximum response delay(ms): 0 0 0 Number of Radius timeouts: 0 0 0 Duplicate ID detects: 0 0 0 Buffer Allocation Failures: 0 0 0 Maximum Buffer Size (bytes): 0 0 0 Malformed Responses : 0 0 0 Bad Authenticators : 0 0 0 Unknown Responses : 0 0 0
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