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Is it bug?

I have created username test with level 0

And assigned "privilege show level 0 command runnig-config" for it. Doesn't work.

Even when logged by ssh i noticed:

ASA5510> sh curpriv

Username : test

Current privilege level : 1

Current Mode/s : P_UNPR

ASA5510> login

Username: test

ASA5510>

ASA5510> sh curpriv

Username : test

Current privilege level : 0

Current Mode/s : P_UNPR

ASA5510>

So what is hapening?

Is it bug?

ASA5510 (7.2(2))

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Re: Is it bug?

I don't think its a bug. Probably the first time the privilege level was 1 because by default SSH was logging in with that privilege, when you entered "login" command the user setting and privilege level was restored.

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Re: Is it bug?

Hi,

The same is happened with telnet.

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