Implementing sgm user-based access (solaris only), Requi – Cisco OL-5742-01 User Manual

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Chapter 18 Configuring SGM Security

Configuring SGM User-Based Access


Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager User Guide


Manually Disabling Users and Passwords (Solaris Only), page 18-14


Enabling and Changing Users and Passwords (Solaris Only), page 18-16


Displaying a Message of the Day, page 18-18


Manually Synchronizing Local SGM Passwords, page 18-21


Listing All Currently Defined Users, page 18-21


Displaying the Contents of the System Security Log, page 18-22


Restoring Security-Related SGM Data, page 18-23


Disabling SGM User-Bases Access, page 18-24


Specifying a Super User (Solaris Only), page 18-24


Implementing SGM User-Based Access (Solaris Only)

Before you can access SGM’s full suite of security commands, you must enable
SGM User-Based Access, configure the type of security authentication you want
to use, and begin adding users to your authentication lists.

To implement SGM User-Based Access, use the following procedure:

Step 1

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

“Specifying a

Super User (Solaris Only)” section on page 18-24


Step 2

Enter the following commands:

# cd /opt/CSCOsgm/bin

# ./sgm useraccess enable

SGM User-Based Access is enabled the next time you restart the SGM server.