OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.1.0

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Role-based access control

RBAC provides control for access and authorization. Users are granted permissions based on defined roles — not on their individual system user ID. Create user roles based on job functions to help users perform their associated job function. You can assign each user only a single role, and many users can have the same role. A user role authenticates and authorizes a user at login, and places you in EXEC mode (see CLI basics).

OS10 supports four pre-defined roles: sysadmin, secadmin, netadmin, and netoperator. Each user role assigns permissions that determine the commands a user can enter, and the actions a user can perform. RBAC provides an easy and efficient way to administer user rights. If a user’s role matches one of the allowed user roles for a command, command authorization is granted.

The OS10 RBAC model provides separation of duty as well as greater security. It places some limitations on each role’s permissions to allow you to partition tasks. For greater security, only some user roles can view events, audits, and security system logs.


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