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request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate (user <user-name>|group <group-name>|device <device-name>) domain <domain-name>

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 20.2R1.

Description

Displays the list of status of some user or group or device information.

  • When the client-id or client secret is error, the command shows the unauthorized error in the received status message.

  • When the server is offline, the command shows couldn’t connect to server error in the received status message.

  • When the HTTP request timeouts for different reasons, the command shows timeout reached in the received status message.

  • If there are any other communication error, then there is no validation carried out on a status message.

Options

user-name User ID.
group-name Name of the group.
device-name Name of the connected device.
domain-name Name of the domain.

Required Privilege Level

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List of Sample Output

request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate (user <user-name>|group <group-name>|device <device-name>) domain <domain-name>

Output Fields

The following examples cover how to validate the valid user, device, and group for JIMS.

Sample Output

request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate (user <user-name>|group <group-name>|device <device-name>) domain <domain-name>

The following commands are used to request JIMS validator for validating a specified user, device, and group.

user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate user <user-name> domain <domain-name>
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate user <user-name> domain <domain-name> status
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate user <user-name> domain <domain-name> force-fetch
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate group <group-name> domain <domain-name>
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate group <group-name> domain <domain-name> status
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate group <group-name> domain <domain-name> force-fetch
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate device <device-name>$ domain <domain-name>

You must add an $ after device name or computer name.

user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate device <device-name>$ domain <domain-name> status
user@host> request services user-identification authentication-source jims validate device <device-name>$ domain <domain-name> force-fetch