As a follow-up to my previous blog on the topic of the aaa new-model command, I wanted to add another piece to the puzzle – that of RADIUS authentication. In the previous blog, I showed the result of adding to your configuration the aaa new-model command. In this blog, let’s explore one of the additional … Continue reading How to Add RADIUS to Your Cisco Logins
It has been a long time since I have thought about aaa new-model as a Cisco configuration, mainly because it is not in the CCNA Routing and Switching official curriculum. However, once you attain your certification and become gainfully employed as a network admin, you will likely be exposed to enterprise networks which employ this … Continue reading What does aaa new-model do to your Cisco logins?