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2960X tacacs-server host cli deprecation

TODD BEERS
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While configuring tacacs on a new 2960x with 15.2(2)E4, I got the message that the cli is being deprecated:

 

 CX2WA2N2X03(config)#tacacs-server host 1.1.1.1 key 0 blah
 Warning: The cli will be deprecated soon
 'tacacs-server host 1.1.1.1 key 0 blah'
 Please move to 'tacacs server <name>' CLI

So I did this:

tacacs server Deer

address ipv4 10.1.1.1

 key key 0 blah 1

 timeout 5

tacacs server Hunter

 address ipv4 10.1.1.2

 key 0 blah 2

 timeout 5

So my question is, can I use the arbitrary names or do I need to use the actual names of the servers? And if I use the actual names of the servers, do I still need to include their ipv4 addresses? 

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Reza Sharifi
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For names, you can use anything you want. What is important is the IP address of the actual server.

HTH

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You can also group the servers together under one group

example:

aaa group server tacacs+ blah
 server-private 1.1.50.1  key 7 (key)
 server-private 1.1.80.1  key 7 (key)

Thanks for the rating and good luck!

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Reza Sharifi
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For names, you can use anything you want. What is important is the IP address of the actual server.

HTH

Perfect, thank you very much!

You can also group the servers together under one group

example:

aaa group server tacacs+ blah
 server-private 1.1.50.1  key 7 (key)
 server-private 1.1.80.1  key 7 (key)

Thanks for the rating and good luck!

I'd also wondered about that. Grazie

Do you have any official cisco document saying since when support for “tacacs-server host <IP Address 1>” is deprecated.
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