A technician has finished configuring AAA on a new network device. However, the technician is unable to log into the device with LDAP credentials but is able to do
so with a local user account. Which of the following is the MOST likely reason for the problem?
Username is misspelled is the device configuration file
IDS is blocking RADIUS
Shared secret key is mismatched
Group policy has not propagated to the device
AAA through RADIUS uses a Server Secret Key (a shared secret key). A secret key mismatch could cause login problems.
Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) allows a network to have a single repository of user credentials. A network administrator can then, for example,
supply the same credentials to log in to various network devices (for example, routers and switches). RADIUS and TACACS+ are protocols commonly used to
communicate with an AAA server.