passwords strength max-limit consecutive-
Use this command to enforce a maximum number of consecutive characters
that a password can contain. If a user enters a password that has more
consecutive characters than the configured limit, the system rejects the
password. The valid range of consecutive characters is 0–15. The default is 0.
A maximum of 0 means there is no restriction on consecutive characters.
Examples of consecutive characters are ABCDEF or 123456 or !"#$%&'().
Use the no form of this command to reset the maximum consecutive
characters accepted to the default value.
passwords strength max-limit consecutive–characters
no passwords strength max-limit consecutive-characters
This command does not require parameter descriptions.
The default value is 0.
This command has no user guidelines.
console(config)#passwords strength max-limit consecutive-characters 3
Password Management Commands