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CX110 Switch Module V100R001C10 User Guide 10

This document describes the features, installation, removing, and configuration methods of the CX110 GE switch module of the E9000 server.
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Adding a User

Adding a User

Add a user in the GE switching plane of the CX110. The new user can log in to the command-line interface (CLI) of the GE switching plane, and allocate operation permissions to it based on actual requirements, to carry out routine maintenance.

Table 4-6 describes the command levels of the GE switching plane.

Table 4-6 Command levels

Command Level

Level Name



Visit level

Network diagnosis tool commands (such as ping and tracert) and external device access commands


Monitoring level

System maintenance commands, such as display.


Not all display commands are on the monitoring level. For details about the command levels, see the CX110&CX31x Series Switch Modules V100R001C00 Command Reference.


Configuration level

Service configuration commands, including router commands and the commands at different network layers. The commands are used to provide direct network services to users.

3 to 15

Management level

Commands of the management level are used for basic system running to support services, for example, file system commands, FTP commands, Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) commands, commands for switching configuration files, commands for managing users, commands for setting command levels, commands for setting internal system parameters, and debugging commands for diagnosing service faults.



Table 4-7 Required data


User Name and Password Example

Permission Example

GE switching plane

  • User name: user123
  • Password: Huawei12#$

Configuration level


  1. Log in to the GE switching plane command-line interface (CLI).
  2. On the CLI of the GE switching plane, run the following command to go to the system view:

    <HUAWEI> system-view

    The command output is as follows:

    Enter system view, return user view with return command.

  3. Go to the AAA view.

    [~HUAWEI] aaa

  4. Add a local user on the GE switching plane.

    local-user User name password irreversible-cipher Password

    For example, run the following command to set the user name to user123 and the password to Huawei12#$ in cipher text:

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] local-user user123 password irreversible-cipher Huawei12#$ 
    Info: A new user is added.

    The user name must contain at least six characters.

  5. Set the level of the user user123 to 2.

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] local-user user123 level 2

  6. Set the user access type.

    local-user User name service-type { [ terminal | telnet | ftp | ssh ] * | all }

    For example, if you want to set the access type of user user123 to SSH, run the following command:

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] local-user user123 service-type ssh

  7. Submit the configuration.

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] commit

  8. Query information about all users and check that the new user is successfully created.

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] display aaa local-user

    The command output is as follows:

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] display aaa local-user 
    Type: F - Ftp, T - Telnet, M - Terminal, S - Ssh, N - Snap, X - Dotlx 
    Username     State  Type  Access-limit Online Admin-level User-group-id 
    root         Active  S            --     0            3           -- 
    user123      Active  S            --     0            2           -- 

  9. Exit the AAA view.

    [~HUAWEI-aaa] quit

  10. Quit the system view.

    [~HUAWEI] quit

  11. Run the save command and enter y as prompted to save configuration data.

    <HUAWEI> save

Updated: 2019-08-09

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