A user complains about being locked out of a device after too many unsuccessful AAA login attempts. What could be used by the network administrator to provide a secure authentication access method without locking a user out of a device?
- Use the login delay command for authentication attempts.
- Use the login local command for authenticating user access.
- Use the aaa local authentication attempts max-fail global configuration mode command with a higher number of acceptable failures.
- Use the none keyword when configuring the authentication method list.
Explanation: The login delay command introduces a delay between failed login attempts without locking the account. This provides a user with unlimited attempts at accessing a device without causing the user account to become locked and thus requiring administrator intervention.