rba user

Description                                                    Configure RBA for a user.

The user must be an existing admin account and can be authentication either locally or externally using LDAP, RADIUS, or TACACS+.

For more information about this feature, see “Role-Based Access Control” in the Management Access and Security Guide.

Syntax                                                                  [no] rba user username
  partition partition-name
    roles | privileges

Mode                                                                   Configuration mode.

Example                                                            The following example configures RBA for user “user1”. In partition companyA, this user has read privileges for SLB virtual server objects, write privileges for SLB server objects, but no access to all other SLB objects. In partition companyB, this user has all privileges defined by RBA role “role1”:


rba user user1

  partition companyA

    slb no-access

    slb.server write

    slb.virtual-server read

  partition companyB

    role role1


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