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Users create user under the aaa, but through “display this”can't see the just established user

Publication Date:  2019-07-18  |   Views:  175  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  SU1000722738  |   Document ID:  EKB1000019453

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Issue Description

Login the usg2210, create user in aaa, it doesn’t prompt error in configuration process, but after the configuration has been completed, use “display this” command we can't see the just established user.

Alarm Information

None.

Handling Process

1, landing equipment, under the aaa use “display this” view, the “admin” user name used to login can be seen, but the new established “test” user has no display.
aaa
local-user admin password cipher ]MQ;4\]B 4Z,YWX*NZ55OA!!
local-user admin service-type web terminal
local-user admin level 3
authentication-scheme default
#
authorization-scheme default
#
accounting-scheme default
#
domain default
domain dot1x
#
2, use “local-user admin level 15” command set the level of “admin” to 15, and then use “display this” without any display
aaa
authentication-scheme default
#
authorization-scheme default
#
accounting-scheme default
#
domain default
domain dot1x
#
3, Use admin account landing again after quit, use “display this” view again, it is normal
#
aaa
local-user test password simple XXX
local-user test service-type web terminal telnet
local-user test level 15
local-user admin password cipher ]MQ;4\]B 4Z,YWX*NZ55OA!!
local-user admin service-type web terminal
local-user admin level 15
authentication-scheme default
#
authorization-scheme default
#
accounting-scheme default
#
domain default
domain dot1x
#
#

Root Cause

The new established user’s level problem.

Suggestions

1, the user's level and authority are different; the landing user can only see the user whose level is consistent with itself or lower.
2, because the level of the admin is 3 when the user initial login, and the level of the new established user “test” is 15, so through “display this” can’t view it.
Modify the level of the admin to 15, login again and can view the users whose level is 15.