I've logged the router provided by the ISP of mine (of course, with the a userid provided). I noticed that i can perform a "show running config", showing however only a partial configuration of the router (ACL, AAA, services running arent shown), a "show ip route" but i can't do anything else. I can't perform a "show privilege" or a telnet.
I figure this configuration is done via a RADIUS server (cant imagine a ISP using local authentication!), but my question is however this: how i can allow a user logging to the router to see only a part of the whole running configuration (suppose that the user has been already provided with a user being authenticated locally). This can be done only with radius?
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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