Re: Privilege command: the show run does not show the running-co
I believe that the answer is that in implementing privilege levels Cisco designed the show run command so that if you do not have capability to change something that it will not show up in the show run. I believe the logic is that from a security standpoint if you are not authorized to change it you should not be able to see it in the config. So in your case if user1 is not able to change anything then they will not be able to see anything in show run.
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the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header. ESP is an IP
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