Cisco OL-5742-01 User Manual

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Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager User Guide


Chapter 18 Configuring SGM Security

Configuring SGM User-Based Access

When you specify a super user, keep in mind the following considerations:

The user must exist in the local /etc/passwd file. You cannot specify a user
that is defined in a distributed Network Information Services (NIS) system.

The super user does not have access to all SGM commands. You must still be
logged in as the root user to enter the following commands:

sgm backup

sgm browserpath

sgm certgui

sgm certtool

sgm clean

sgm cleanall

sgm cleandb

sgm cw2ksetup

sgm evilstop

sgm jspport

sgm keytool

sgm killclients

sgm reboot

sgm restore

sgm restoreprops

sgm setpath, if you are specifying a username

sgm ssl

sgm sslstatus

sgm stopclients

sgm superuser

sgm syncusers

sgm telnetpath

sgm trapsetup

sgm uninstall