Vask3n wrote: »
I think the main benefit of using Views is that a user can belong to multiple views whereas they can only belong to one Privilege level.
iamme4eva wrote: »
I just tried that in GNS3, and it didn't work.
The command was accepted, but when you do a show run after, it only actually shows the last view you entered on the line...
username adam view WAN_ENGINEER view LAN_ENGINEER secret 0 Cisco
username adam view LAN_ENGINEER secret 0 Cisco
in the running config.
EDIT: That set me off on a google hunt. Turns out you can assign multiple views to a "superview", and then assign a superview to a user.
parser view VIEW_NAME superview
username LANWANGUY view VIEW_NAME secret cisco
Something like that.