Power user (level 2) access, Network operator (level 3) access – Cisco OL-5742-01 User Manual
Chapter 18 Configuring SGM Security
Configuring SGM User-Based Access
Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager User Guide
System Data Files
Viewing SGM documentation
Downloading client software
Power User (Level 2) Access
Power Users have access to all Basic User functions.
Power Users can change some aspects of the way SGM works.
Power Users have access to the following SGM functions:
Editing network objects, events, and views
Unignoring network objects and views
Saving preferences files, event filters, and views
Viewing ITP real-time data and charts
Viewing the event configuration, but not editing it
Power Users have access to the following SGM Web displays:
System Status, excluding User Accounts and System Troubleshooting
Accounting Statistics Reports
Network Statistics Reports
Network Operator (Level 3) Access
Network Operators have access to all Basic User and Power User functions.
Network Operators can make changes to SGM network files.
Network Operators have access to the following SGM functions:
Ignoring network objects and views