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    Adding AAA User Entries to Default Local User Databases

    The username command is similar to the command used by some third-party vendors. The command can be used to add entries in the default local user database; it is not supported for named local user databases. The IP address, IP address pool, and operational virtual router parameters are not supported in the username command. However, after the user is added to the default local user database, you can use the aaa local username command with a database name default to enter Local User Configuration mode and add the additional parameters.

    Note: If the default local user database does not exist, the username command creates this database and adds the user entry to the database.

    To add a subscriber and password or secret to the default local user database, complete the following step:

    host1(config)#username rockyB password rockyPassword

    Published: 2014-08-20