I've come across a strange scenerio that when I configured AAA on my 1750router, it seemed to work fine, then I issued "no aaa new-model" and it removed all of the aaa configs and I did "wr mem" after that. Then, I issued "reload" and re-enabled 'aaa new-model" again and all of the aaa configs came back automatically...Silly question to ask..but, does anyone know where the "AAA" configuration is actually stored in the router?
When you do a wr mem the current running config is copied to NVRAM. Upon reset the router will load the startup config in NVRAM. You are probably loading a config being specified by the boot host command to look for another config file somewhere else. Can you place a copy of the config online??
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