Storage states when using include-credentials

The following table shows the states of several access types when the factory default settings are in effect or when include-credentials is enabled or not enabled.

Switch storage states

Type

Factory Default

Enabled

Include-Credentials

Disabled but Active

No Include- Credentials Executed

manager/operator passwords & port access

single set for switch — stored outside config — not displayed in config file

one set per — stored config — stored in config'— displayed in config

Same as includecredentials enabled— not displayed in config

one set for switch —no credentials displayed in config

SSH Public Key

one set for switch — stored in flash— not displayed in config

one set per — stored config — stored in flash— displayed in config

same as includecredentials enabled — not displayed in config

one set for switch— no credentials displayed in config

SNMPv3 auth and priv

stored in flash— not displayed in config

stored in flash— displayed in config

Same as includecredentials enabled— not displayed in config

no credentials displayed in config

RADIUS & TACACS keystrings

not displayed in config

stored in flash displayed in config

Same as includecredentials enabled— not displayed in config

no credentials displayed in config

NOTE:

When no include-credentials store-in-config command is executed, the switch is restored to its default state and only stores one set of operator/manager passwords and SSH keys.