Can the user level be configured through RADIUS

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User levels can be configured on the AR through RADIUS. This configuration mode is the same as the mode in which levels of local users are configured during AAA local authentication.
The user level needs to be configured on the RADIUS server.

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Does a router support user level configuration through a RADIUS server and how it is implemented
The router supports user level configuration through a RADIUS server, and the configuration result is the same as that configured in local AAA authentication. Configuration must be performed on the RADIUS server.

Why can a user use commands higher than level 1 after the user level configured on the RADIUS server for the user is set to level 1
Run the display current-configuration command to check the configuration on the router and check whether the command line level has been changed by running the command-privilege level command.

Does the router support user level settings using RADIUS
Yes, the router can set user levels using RADIUS. The configuration effect is the same as the local user level configuration during AAA local authentication. You can set the user levels on the RADIUS server.

Why the user has rights of a higher level than level 1 configured on the RADIUS server after login
If a user has a higher level than the configured level on the RADIUS server after the user logs in to the AR, run the display current-configuration command to check the configurations on the AR and check whether the command-privilege level command is used to change the command line level.

Level 1 is configured for a user on the RADIUS server, but the user has more rights than rights defined in Level 1 after login. Why
Run the display current-configuration command to check the device configuration and check whether the command-privilege level command is used to change the level.

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