i have an lan admin who just went through a boot camp and would like to be able to 'see' his router config so he has asked for the enable. I'm not willing to give it to him. Is there any way to give a level of access that would allow someone the ability to do a show run without using the enable. Seems unlikely but maybe there is some magic out there.
and the obvious option of just sending him the config isn't satisfying him - but then he's a pain about everything else
You can change the security level of most commands. You just to put him in a level less than 15 and then move the commands to that. It is possible to make it so that he can only see parts of the run and not others. I used to have a link to a noncisco site with examples but it is broken.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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