show admin

Description                                                    Display the administrator accounts.

Syntax                                                                  show admin [admin-name] [detail | session]

Parameter

Description

admin-name

Administrator name.

detail

Shows detailed information about the admin account.

session

Shows the current management sessions.

Mode                                                                   Privileged EXEC mode and configuration mode

Example                                                            The following command lists the admins configured on an ACOS device:

ACOS# show admin

Total number of configured users:  8

  Privilege     R: read-only, W: write, P: partition, En: Enable

  Access Type   C: cli, W: web, A: axapi

 

UserName                        Status    Privilege Access Partition

-------------------------------------------------------------------

admin                           Enabled   R/W       C/W/A

admin1                          Enabled   R/W       W

admin2                          Enabled   R         C/W/A

CorpAadmin                      Enabled   P.En      C/W/A   companyA

CorpBadmin                      Enabled   P.R/W     C/W/A   companyB

 

The following table describes the fields in the command output.

Field

Description

UserName

Name of the ACOS admin.

Status

Administrative status of the account.

Privilege

Access privilege level for the account:

  R/W – Read-write. Allows access to all levels of the system.

  R – Read-only. Allows monitoring access to the system but not config­uration access. In the CLI, this account can only access the User EXEC and Privileged EXEC levels, not the configuration levels. In the GUI, this account cannot modify configuration information.

  P.R/W – The admin has read-write privileges within the L3V partition to which the admin has been assigned. The admin has read-only privi­leges for the shared partition.

  P.R – The admin has read-only privileges within the L3V partition to which the admin has been assigned, and read-only privileges for the shared partition.

  P.En– The admin is assigned to an L3V partition but has permission only to view service port statistics for real servers in the partition, and to disable or re-enable the real servers or their service ports.

NOTE: The “P” (partition) privilege levels apply to Application Delivery Partitions (ADP). For more information, see the Configuring Application Delivery Partitions guide.

Access

Which modules the admin is allowed to access:

  C - Admin is allowed CLI access.

  W - Admin is allowed web (GUI) access.

  A - Admin is allowed aXAPI access.

Partition

L3V partition to which the admin is assigned.

Example                                                            The following command lists details for the “admin” account:

ACOS# show admin admin detail

 User Name             ...... admin

 Status                ...... Enabled

  Privilege             ...... R/W

  Partition             ......

  Access type             .....cli web axapi

  GUI role             ......

  Trusted Host(Netmask) ...... Any

  Lock Status           ...... No

 Lock Time             ......

 Unlock Time           ......

 Password Type         ...... Encrypted

 Password              ...... $1$6334ba07$CKbWL/LuSNdY12kcE.KdS0

The following table describes the fields in the command output.

Field

Description

User Name

Name of the ACOS admin.

Status

Administrative status of the account.

Privilege

Access privilege level for the account:

  R/W – Read-write. Allows access to all levels of the system.

  R – Read-only. Allows monitoring access to the system but not con­figuration access. In the CLI, this account can only access the User EXEC and Privileged EXEC levels, not the configuration levels. In the GUI, this account cannot modify configuration information.

  Partition-write – The admin has read-write privileges within the pri­vate partition to which the admin has been assigned. The admin has read-only privileges for the shared partition.

  Partition-read – The admin has read-only privileges within the pri­vate partition to which the admin has been assigned, and read-only privileges for the shared partition.

  Partition-enable-disable – The admin is assigned to a private parti­tion but has permission only to view service port statistics for real servers in the partition, and to disable or re-enable the real servers and their service ports.

Partition

Private partition to which the admin is assigned.

Note: A partition name appears only for admins with Partition-write, Partition-read, or Partition-enable-disable privileges. For other privi­lege levels, this field is blank.

Access type

Management interfaces the admin is allowed to access, which can be one or more of the following:

  cli

  web

  axapi

GUI role

Role assigned to the admin for GUI access.

Note: If the admin is configured using the GUI, assignment of a role is required. However, if the admin is configured using the CLI, a GUI access role can not be assigned. In this case, the GUI role is equivalent to ReadWriteAdmin.

Trusted Host(Netmask)

IP host or subnet address from which the admin must log in.

Lock Status

Indicates whether the admin account is currently locked.

Lock Time

If the account is locked, indicates how long the account has been locked.

Unlock Time

If the account is locked, indicates how long the account will continue to be locked.

Password Type

Indicates whether the password is encrypted when displayed in the CLI or GUI and in the startup-config and running-config.

Password

The admin’s password.

Example                                                            The following command lists all the currently active admin sessions:

ACOS# show admin session

Id    User Name   Start Time                    Source IP        Type Partition Authen  Role            Cfg

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 2     admin       11:35:49 IST Tue Sep 30 2014  127.0.0.1        WEBSERVICE          Local   ReadWriteAdmin  No

*4     admin       11:43:12 IST Tue Sep 30 2014  172.17.0.224     CLI            Local   ReadWriteAdmin  No

 

The following table describes the fields in the command output.

Field

Description

Id

Admin session ID assigned by the ACOS device. The ID applies only to the current session.

User Name

Admin name.

Start Time

System time when the admin logged onto the ACOS device to start the current management session.

Source IP

IP address from which the admin logged on.

Type

Management interface through which the admin logged on.

Partition

Partition that is currently active for the management session.

Authen

Indicates the database used to authenticate the admin:

  Local – Admin database on the ACOS device

  RADIUS – Admin database on a RADIUS server

  TACACS – Admin database on a TACACS+ server

Role

Indicates the role assigned to the admin for GUI access.

Cfg

Indicates whether the admin is at the configuration level.

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