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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

ip rcmd remote-host — global

Synopsis

ip rcmd remote-host local-username {ip-address | hostname} remote-username
[enable [level]]
no ip rcmd remote-host local-username {ip-address | hostname} remote-username
[enable [level]]

Configures

Which users can access the router via RSH and RCP

Default

None

Description

This command defines a local and remote username pair that allows remote users to perform remote shell tasks (RSH and RCP).

local-username

A locally defined username or the router’s hostname. The user must provide a local username to perform an operation via RSH or RCP.

ip-address or hostname

The remote host from which the router accepts remote shell commands.

remote-username

The username on the remote host from which the router accepts remote shell commands.

enable level

Optional. Provides the remote user the ability to execute privileged commands via the remote shell. level specifies a privilege level; the user may execute commands up to and including that level. For more information about privilege levels, see Chapter 4 and the privilege level command.

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