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Different Levels of Access

Can any one give me the url containing the Comprehensive details regarding the different levels of access in a router and how to configure each.I beleive there are 0-15 Levels for different Levels.

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kalyan

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Re: Different Levels of Access

You can customize your own levels of access. For instance, if you have an assistant you wish to give access to the routers, but don't want him or her to have full access... You could create your own, such as the one below:

The syntax is "Router(config)#privelege mode level level command"

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show ip route

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 ping

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 trace

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show mem

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show proc

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show int

Router(config)#enable secret level 2 password

Router(config)#enable secret password2

Router(config)#username assistant password netassist

telnet 172.16.10.1

Trying 172.16.10.1 ... Open

Username: assistant

Password: netassist

Router>enable passsword

Router#show privelege

Current privilge level is 2

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Re: Different Levels of Access

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Re: Different Levels of Access

You can customize your own levels of access. For instance, if you have an assistant you wish to give access to the routers, but don't want him or her to have full access... You could create your own, such as the one below:

The syntax is "Router(config)#privelege mode level level command"

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show ip route

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 ping

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 trace

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show mem

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show proc

Router(config)#privelege exec level 2 show int

Router(config)#enable secret level 2 password

Router(config)#enable secret password2

Router(config)#username assistant password netassist

telnet 172.16.10.1

Trying 172.16.10.1 ... Open

Username: assistant

Password: netassist

Router>enable passsword

Router#show privelege

Current privilge level is 2

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