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I am receiving this error message in my Nexus 5k logs.

I am able to authenticate to this device via radius without issue.

 
2011 Feb 24 15:36:42 switch.name %RADIUS-3-RADIUS_ERROR_MESSAGE: setsockopt success, Using src-intf: for sock 31. Error:
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is it possible debugging is on for something? try a " undebug all"

I love errors messages like "Error: Success" lol
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Apparently this is informational only - no further action is required.  This is basically telling you that the socket connection to the RADIUS server was successful.
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both of you appear to be correct.

the device was successful in building the connection, and it was letting me know that a different issue was breaking down beyond the Nexus.
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