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Enable command accounting.
8.
9.
Exit to system view.
10.
Apply an AAA authentication
scheme to the intended
domain.
11.
Create a local user and enter
local user view.
12.
Set a password for the local
user.
13.
Specify the command level of
the user.
14.
Specify SSH service for the
user.
15.
Exit to system view.
Command
command accounting
quit
a.
Enter the ISP domain view:
domain domain-name
b.
Apply the specified AAA
scheme to the domain:
authentication default
{ hwtacacs-scheme
hwtacacs-scheme-name
[ local ] | local | none |
radius-scheme
radius-scheme-name
[ local ] }
c.
Exit to system view:
quit
local-user user-name
password { cipher | simple }
password
authorization-attribute level level
service-type ssh
quit
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Remarks
Optional.
By default, command accounting is
disabled. The accounting server
does not record the commands
executed by users.
Command accounting allows the
HWTACACS server to record all
executed commands that are
supported by the device,
regardless of the command
execution result. This function helps
control and monitor user behaviors
on the device. If command
accounting is enabled and
command authorization is not
enabled, every executed
command is recorded on the
HWTACACS server. If both
command accounting and
command authorization are
enabled, only the authorized and
executed commands are recorded
on the HWTACACS server.
N/A
Optional.
For local authentication, configure
local user accounts.
For RADIUS or HWTACACS
authentication, configure the
RADIUS or HWTACACS scheme
on the device and configure
authentication settings (including
the username and password) on
the server.
For more information about AAA
configuration, see Security
Configuration Guide.
By default, no local user exists.
By default, no password is set.
Optional.
By default, the command level is 0.
By default, no service type is
specified.
N/A

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