Follow the link where it discusses about different privilege levels for different users using local database. Even though this example is for fallback method, you can just follow the configuration guidelines and make sure that when you configure AAA commands, just use Local.
Thanks, but those links don't answer the question. Running 6.3x and 7.x OS on asa's and pix's
Can I login with username/password at Level 1 access, then use another username/password to get to Level 15 enable mode?
I don't want the level 15 username/password to go directly to enable mode or have enable access. Ie; I have to telnet into a switch with a specific line password. Then I have to know the "enable" password on with switch before I can config it. Want the same on the pix.
From what I can tell, if a username/pass is set for level15 access, using the same password word for level1 access also brings the user into level 15 access
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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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