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

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Name

privilege level (line) — line

Synopsis

privilege level level
no privilege level

Configures

Privilege level information

Default

Level 1 consists of all user EXEC commands; Level 15 consists of all enable commands

Description

This form of the privilege command applies a privilege level to a line, and therefore must be used in the context of line configuration. Applying a privilege level to a line means that the given privilege level becomes the default level for the line; anyone who can access the line can run the commands in the default privilege level without giving the enable password. See also privilege level (global).

level

A number from 1 to 15 indicating the level to which you’re assigning the command. Each level is a superset of the previous levels; for example, level 13 automatically includes all the commands for levels 1 through 12.

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