Cisco OL-5742-01 User Manual
Chapter 18 Configuring SGM Security
Configuring SGM User-Based Access
Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager User Guide
Manually Disabling Users and Passwords (Solaris Only)
As described in the
“Automatically Disabling Users and Passwords (Solaris
, you can customize SGM to automatically disable
users and passwords when certain conditions are met. However, you can also
manually disable SGM User-Based Access users and passwords when the need
arises. To do so, use the following procedures:
Log in as the root user, as described in the
“Becoming the Root User (Solaris
Only)” section on page 2-3
, or as a super user, as described in the
Super User (Solaris Only)” section on page 18-24
Enter the following command:
# cd /opt/CSCOsgm/bin
(Optional) To delete a user entirely from the SGM User-Based Access
authentication list, enter the following command:
# ./sgm deluser username
where username is the name of the user.
If you later decide to add the user back to the authentication list, you must use the
sgm adduser command.
(Optional) If sgm authtype is set to local, you can disable a user’s password. To
do so, enter the following command:
# ./sgm disablepass username
where username is the name of the user. SGM does not delete the user from the
authentication list, SGM only disables the user’s password.
If sgm authtype is set to solaris, you cannot use the sgm disablepass
command. Instead, you must manage passwords on the external
The user must change his password the next time he logs in.