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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display authorization-scheme

display authorization-scheme

Function

The display authorization-scheme command displays the configuration of authorization schemes.

Format

display authorization-scheme [ authorization-scheme-name ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

authorization-scheme-name

Specifies the name of an authorization scheme.

The authorization scheme must already exist.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After the authorization scheme configuration is complete, run the display authorization-scheme command to view the configuration of authorization schemes.

Before applying an authorization scheme to a domain, run the display authorization-scheme command to check whether configuration of the authorization scheme is correct.

Precautions

The display authorization-scheme command displays the detailed configuration if the name of an authorization scheme is specified. Otherwise, this command displays only the summary of authorization schemes.

Example

# Display the summary of all authorization schemes.

<Huawei> display authorization-scheme
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
  Authorization-scheme-name          Authorization-method
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
  default                             Local
  scheme0                             Local
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
   Total of authorization-scheme: 2

# Display the detailed configuration of the authorization scheme scheme0.

<Huawei> display authorization-scheme scheme0
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Authorization-scheme-name   : scheme0
 Authorization-method        : Local
 Authorization-cmd level  0   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  1   : Disabled 
 Authorization-cmd level  2   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  3   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  4   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  5   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  6   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  7   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  8   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level  9   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 10   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 11   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 12   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 13   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 14   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd level 15   : Disabled
 Authorization-cmd no-response-policy    : Online
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 26-10  Description of the display authorization-scheme command output

Item

Description

Authorization-scheme-name

Name of the authorization scheme. To create an authorization scheme, run the authorization-scheme (AAA view) command.

Authorization-method

Authorization mode set for the authorization scheme. To configure an authorization mode, run the authorization-mode command.

Authorization-cmd level

Whether the command line authorization function is enabled for a user with a specified level:
  • Disabled: indicates that the command line authorization function is disabled.
  • Enabled: indicates that the command line authorization function is enabled.
To set the command line authorization function, run the authorization-cmd command.

Authorization-cmd no-response-policy

Policy for command line authorization failures, in which users are allowed to go online.

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Updated: 2019-11-21

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