This user type is
configured at the context-level and relies on the AAA subsystems for validating
user names and passwords during login. This is true for both administrative
user accounts configured locally through a configuration file or on an external
RADIUS or TACACS+ server. Passwords for these user types are assigned once and
are accessible in the configuration file.
This section contains
information and instructions for configuring context-level administrative user
It is possible to configure the maximum number of simulations
CLI sessions on a per account or per authentication method basis. It will
protect certain accounts that may have the ability to impact security
configurations and attributes or could adversely affect the services, stability
and performance of the system. The maximum number of simultaneous CLI sessions
is configurable when attempting a new Local-User login and a new AAA
context-based login. If the maximum number of sessions is set to 0, then the
user is authenticated regardless of the login type. When the CLI task starts, a
check is complete to identify the count. In this case, the CLI determines that
the sessions for that user is 1 which is greater than 0 and it will display an
error message in the output, it generate starCLIActiveCount and starCLIMaxCount
SNMP MIB Objects and starGlobalCLISessionsLimit and starUserCLISessionsLimit
SNMP MIB Alarms.
keyword for the local-user
Mode command configures the maximum number of simultaneous sessions
available for a local user.
Configuration Mode command allows administrative users to configure the
maximum simultaneous sessions allowed for corresponding users.
Refer to the
Interface Reference for detailed information about these commands.