We have a Cisco 1841 router that requires 2 levels of access, at the moment we have network admins logging in with a single username via SSH and with privilege 15 but we also need our helpdesk to login to run certain commands but not chaneg anything, is this possible?
I'm sure if I see an example then it will make soem sense.
Yes, CLI views can do that more or less, but in a different way. Rather than assigning a hierarchical set of privilege levels, where if you have level 3 you have 2 and 1 as well, you define a set of commands that the view profile is allowed. You then attach the username to the view. Each view profile sees only its own available commands; there is no automatic inheritence of commands from the lower levels.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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