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eurephiadm-adminaccess - Access control for eurephia administration features


The eurephiadm adminaccess is used to grant eurephia users access to the different administration modules in eurephia.

Available modes for the adminaccess command are:

Grant a specific access level to a user
Revoke access levels
List all granted accesses

-h | --help <mode> Help about a specific mode


The list mode will show the granted user access levels

User account ID
User name
Which interfaces to show (default "C")

-a | --access-level Which access level to show


The grant mode will grant a user access to a specified access level.

User account ID
Grant access through which interface (default "C")

-a | --access-level Which access level to grant access to


The revoke mode will remove an access from the desired user accounts.

User account ID
Revoke access from interface (default "C")

-a | --access-level Which access level to revoke access from


This access level grants access to the eurephiadm attempts command. The attempts command can list, reset or delete login attempts records in the database.
This is similar to the attempts access. It provides access to the eurphiadm blacklist command, where you can list, add or delete blacklisted usernames, certificate digests or IP addresses.
This level is needed to use the eurephiadm certs command. This commands provides you access to list, add or delete certificate information which the eurephia plug-in will use during the authentication process.
This level grants access to the eurephiadm config and eurephiadm show-config commands. The latter command will list out both the eurephiadm config file and all configuration parameters in the database. The config command is used to set or delete configuration parameters in the database.
This access level is needed to list, add or delete firewall profiles eurephia which may use.
This provides access to the eurephiadm users and eurephiadm usercerts commands, which is used to create or delete user accounts and link the user accounts together with a certificate and a firewall access profile.




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July 2010 David Sommerseth