How Many Levels Can Users Logging in to the device Be Classified Into? What Are Differences Between Them?

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How Many Levels Can Users Logging in to the device Be Classified Into? What Are Differences Between Them?
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Adamcolob     Created Apr 5, 2017 17:31:31 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

By default, users logging in to the router can be classified into four levels, ranging from level 0 to level 3.
Users of level 0 can only log in to the router or perform ping and tracert operations.
Users of level 1 can run all display commands such as the display current-configuration command and have the rights of users of level 0.
Users of level 2 can perform any configurations except for device, file, patch, or VS management, license operations (excluding the query operation), and AAA operations (excluding the query operation).
Users of level 3 have the highest authority.
User levels and corresponding commands allowed to be used varies with versions. You can degrade a command as required so that low-level users can use it.

To implement refined right management, you can further classify command levels and user levels from 4 levels to 16 levels (level 0 to level 15). The level of the command that a user can run is determined by the level of this user.

You can run the command-privilege level rearrange command to upgrade commands from level 2 and level 3 to level 10 and level 15 respectively. After that, command levels 0 to 3 correspond to command levels 0, 1 to 9, 10 to 14, and 15.
Before configuring this command, ensure that the highest user level 15 has been used.. The command-privilege level rearrange command takes effect once it is configured. If the level of the current user is 3, after the command is run, the user becomes the low-level user and is unable to run commands higher than level 3 (including level 3).
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