How to configure non-privilege level 15 users to view the full running configuration?
I'm trying to configure a privilege 9 user to enable them to view the running configuration. I referred to the information contained here. Below are the privilege level commands I've set for 8 and 6:
privilege configure level 8 interface privilege exec level 8 configure terminal privilege exec level 8 configure privilege exec level 6 show running-config view full privilege exec level 6 show running-config view privilege exec level 6 show running-config privilege exec level 6 show
I set the admin user to privilege level 9:
username admin privilege 9
When logged in as admin, the "show run" command still show's blank. When checking the "show run" commands available to the admin user, "view full configuration" is there, but still shows blank. Any advise?:
Router#sh run ? aaa Show AAA configurations interface Show interface configuration view View options vrf Show VRF aware configuration | Output modifiers <cr>
Router#sh run view ? full Full 'running-configuration' | Output modifiers <cr>
Router#sh run view full ? | Output modifiers <cr>
Router#sh run view full Router#show running-config ? aaa Show AAA configurations interface Show interface configuration view View options vrf Show VRF aware configuration | Output modifiers <cr>
Router#show running-config view ? full Full 'running-configuration' | Output modifiers <cr>
To be honest, I'm not thoroughly familiar enough with aaa configurations. Below is what I get when I do sh run aaa. Please note the admin user's privilege was reverted back to 15 because we couldn't get the intended configuration working.
Router#sh run aaa ! no aaa new-model username admin privilege 15 username root privilege 15
I'm connecting via VTY line below is the line configuration:
line vty 0 4 logging synchronous login local transport input ssh line vty 5 15 logging synchronous login local transport input ssh !
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