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  1. Very well written, thanks !!

  2. Hi Rene, can you write commands about SSH user wich have different privilage level. for example one user is root and one user is guest, guest must have some restricted commands

  3. Based on George’s reply I tried to create two usernames with differents privilege leves:

    username newbie privilege 8 secret 5 $1$BiPz$TLuUEbPhyDEgnwQiOC5y0/ (cisco) 
    username senior privilege 15 secret 5 $1$G2Ym$.1hVi/NAd1qz2/FBS7xaO0 (cisco)
    

    I want user newibe to able to enter show commads :

    privilege exec level 8 show

    I wanted user senior to able to enter configure commands :

    privilege exec level 15 configure

    Then I enter the AAA configuration :

    aaa new-model
    
    aaa authentication login list1 local
    
    aaa authorization exec l1 local
    

    Then I Applied it to the l

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  4. Rene,
    Great lesson however, I have question. During my test I created a user with level 2 privilege and I want user to only use the following commands.
    “sh ip interface brief” and “configure terminal”
    But when I was configuring I configured only " sh ip interface brief" and configure terminal. After that when I did show run I found extra lines in the configs which includes
    “show IP” and “show”. I was able to block only “show run” and rest of the commands are available e.g sh ip arp etc.

    In my opinion I should be able to see only " configure terminal

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