Chapter 5. Managing Firewall Users
Refer to the following sections for information about these topics:
• 5-1: Managing Generic Users—Covers how default “generic” or ambiguous users can be allowed to connect to a firewall and execute commands or make configuration changes.
• 5-2: Managing Users with a Local Database—Presents methods to configure unique usernames locally on the firewall. You can then manage these users’ privileges and monitor their activity.
• 5-3: Defining AAA Servers for User Management—Discusses external servers that can be used to authenticate, authorize, and keep accounting records about user activity on and through a firewall.
• 5-4: Configuring AAA to Manage Administrative Users—Explains the configuration steps needed to ...