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Privilege Level command

Hi,

this is my working configuration in my Cisco 1751 router, with this i can directly login to the router with full access to it, without accessing for "enable password", ie.

username: anand

password: xxxx

1751#

username anand privilege 15 password xxxx

privilege exec level 15 configure terminal

line vty 0 4

privilege level 15

the same kind of thing i wanted to configure in my Pix/ASA, can you help me out in this.also i wanted a privliged level 1 user should not a enter in to "enable" mode, the "enable" command should get denied.

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Re: Privilege Level command

anand,

I don think you can directly telnet/ssh with a privilege level 15 to a pix or the asa.

You always enter the user mode even when you are using ACS with shell authorization

Narayan

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Re: Privilege Level command

anand,

I don think you can directly telnet/ssh with a privilege level 15 to a pix or the asa.

You always enter the user mode even when you are using ACS with shell authorization

Narayan

Re: Privilege Level command

Thanks Narayan. infact b4 posting this, i went & searched documents related to this, but couldn't succeed, that is why thought of post in this, any thanks once again.

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