You want a number of people to be able to work on the router to monitor and configure it.
Set up a login account for each person who is allowed to log in to the router:
[edit system login] aviva@router1#
set userNew password: Retype new password:
For each user who you want to log in to the router, create a login account, providing information about the user that is similar to what you set for Unix accounts. The JUNOS software uses this account to locally authenticate the user.
Each account requires two pieces of information: a login name (configured with the
user statement) and a login class (configured with the
class statement), which associates a set of privileges with the user, defining the scope of operations that can be performed on the router. As with Unix account names, the
username must be unique on the network and cannot contain
spaces, colons, or commas.
This recipe configures an account for the username
sage, who has a privilege level
operator, which allows her to perform most
operational commands but not enter configuration mode.
operator is one of the predefined privilege classes. Recipe 2.10 explains the other predefined classes and how to create custom privilege classes.
set user sage full-name command configures the user's ...