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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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User Management

User Management

Context

An administrator can create, modify, and delete local users on the User Management tab page.

NOTE:

Only a super administrator can add and delete local user accounts as well as view administrator details.

Procedure

  • Creating a local user

    1. Choose User Management > User Management, as shown in Figure 18-1.

      Figure 18-1  User Management page
    2. Click Create in the User List area, as shown in Figure 18-2.

      Figure 18-2  Creating users
    3. Set parameters in the Create User dialog box. Table 18-1 describes the parameters.
      Table 18-1  Local user parameters
      Parameter Description
      User name Name of a local user.
      Password Password of a local user.
      NOTE:

      A simple password brings security risks. It is mandatory that you change the password to a complicated one after logging in to the web network management system using the default account. A password should consist of at least 8 characters, and contain at least two types of the following: lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numerals, special characters (such as ! $ # %). The password cannot contain spaces and single quotation marks ('). In addition, the password cannot be the same as the user name or the mirror user name.

      Confirm password

      Confirmed password of a local user.

      The value must be the same as the value of Password.

      Access level

      Access level of a local user.

      Four local user levels are defined (in ascending order): common user, common administrator, enterprise administrator, super administrator.

      Access type

      Access type of a local user.

      NOTE:

      By default, the access type of the local account is empty. You can select the access type as needed.

      The new user supports management user access modes such as Telnet, FTP and HTTP which have security risks. You are advised to configure the required access modes only.

    4. Click OK.

      A user is added to the user list.

    5. To create multiple users, repeat this procedure.

  • Modifying a local user

    1. Choose User Management > User Management.
    2. Click of a local user in user list.
    3. Set the related parameters.
      • When a user changes the personal password, the user sets Old password, New password,Confirm password and Access type.
      • When a super administrator changes the password of another user, the super administrator sets New password, Confirm password, Access level, and Access type.

        NOTE:

        After the super administrator changes the password of another user, the user is required to change the password in first login.

      • When Access level is changed from common user to administrator (common administrator, enterprise administrator, super administrator), the administrator sets New password, Confirm password.
    4. Log out users.
      NOTE:

      Only the users logging in through Telnet or HTTP can be forcibly logged out.

      • When the super administrator changes the password, access level, or access type of another user, the system display the dialog box Are you disconnect the user?, and Yes is selected for the user, the user is forcibly logged out. When the user logs in again, the modification takes effect. If the super administrator has modified the user information but selects No, the modification for the user does not take effect until the user logs in again.
      • After a super administrator has logged in to multiple pages, if the password, access level, or access type of the super administrator is changed on one page, the system display the dialog box Are you disconnect the user?, and Yes is selected for the super administrator, the super administrator is still online on the current page, but is logged out of other pages.
    5. Click OK.

  • Deleting a local user

    1. Choose User Management > User Management.
    2. Select the check boxes of users in the user list or select the check box next to User Name to select all users.
    3. Click Delete.

      Users are deleted from the user list.

    NOTE:

    The administrator cannot delete the online user that has logged in to the web platform.

  • Refreshing the user list

    Click Refresh.

  • Click Details to view details about the administrator. Table 18-2 describes the parameters.

    The Details button is displayed for only administrators. Only a super administrator is allowed to view details.

    Table 18-2  User Details

    Parameter

    Description

    Original password or not

    Whether the administrator is using the original password.

    The value is Yes or No.

    Recent password change time

    Time when the administrator changes the password last time.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when the value of Original password or not is No.

    Password setting time

    Time when the administrator changes the password.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when the value of Original password or not is Yes.

    Whether the password has been expired

    Whether the password used by the administrator has expired.

    The value is Yes or No.

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