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Changing Privilege Levels For Cisco IOS Commands

Over the past couple of weeks, the concept of privilege level has been addressed from the perspective of the user. This article will make use of the privilege by moving IOS commands from their default levels of 0, 1 and … Continue reading

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Setting Privilege Levels With Local Usernames

Last week we looked at options for configuring privilege levels in Cisco IOS devices. I mentioned that there are three primary methods for doing this. The first method, which we focused on last week, was using the enable command. This … Continue reading

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Using the “enable” Command To Set CLI Privilege Level

Last week I introduced the topic of privilege levels in Cisco IOS. I covered the fact that a user at privilege level x had access to any command that was less than or equal to x. In an effort to keep … Continue reading

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Cisco Privilege Levels

One of the concepts that is mentioned in the IINS Blueprint in the “Security and Cisco Routers” section is securing the management plane. A key concept dealing with management plane security is the “privilege level”. Over the next few weeks, … Continue reading

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