Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator configures AAA authentication on R1. When the administrator tests the configuration by telneting to R1 and no ACS servers can be contacted, which password should the administrator use in order to login successfully?

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Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator configures AAA authentication on R1. When the administrator tests the configuration by telneting to R1 and no ACS servers can be contacted, which password should the administrator use in order to login successfully? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 1 month ago
Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator configures AAA authentication on R1. When the administrator tests the configuration by telneting to R1 and no ACS servers can be contacted, which password should the administrator use in order to login successfully?
Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator configures AAA authentication on R1. When the administrator tests the configuration by telneting to R1 and no ACS servers can be contacted, which password should the administrator use in order to login successfully? 2

  • authen-radius
  • LetMe1n2
  • Pa$$w0rD
  • authen-tacacs

Explanation: The authentication for Telnet connections is defined by AAA method list AUTHEN. The AUTHEN list defines that the first authentication method is through an ACS server using the RADIUS protocol (or RADIUS server). If the RADIUS server cannot be contacted, the second authentication method is to use the local user database. In this scenario, the local user database is used with a username of ADMIN and a password of Pa$$w0rD.

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