dnis bypass default

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by rihad, Dec 19, 2007.

  1. rihad

    rihad Guest

    Hi, I'm using a Cisco 53xx NAS to authenticate users from RADIUS. Upon
    each and every authentication Cisco tries to log in user dnis:1234
    with password cisco. I've tried disabling it with aaa preauth -> dnis
    bypass default, which only ceased normal operation and gave busy tones
    to end users. Maybe I should use something entirely different to
    disable it? Thanks.
     
    rihad, Dec 19, 2007
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  2. rihad <> writes:
    >Hi, I'm using a Cisco 53xx NAS to authenticate users from RADIUS. Upon
    >each and every authentication Cisco tries to log in user dnis:1234
    >with password cisco. I've tried disabling it with aaa preauth -> dnis
    >bypass default, which only ceased normal operation and gave busy tones
    >to end users. Maybe I should use something entirely different to
    >disable it? Thanks.


    Do you need VPDN in any fashion?

    If not,

    no vpdn enable

    That will get rid of the VPDN preauth that is happening.
     
    Doug McIntyre, Dec 19, 2007
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