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Getting Started
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About the User Management Page

You are here: Configure > Users > User Management.

Using this page, you can configure user details, authentication methods, and passwords.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

Field Descriptions

Table 174 describes the fields on the User Management page.

Table 174: Fields on the User Management Page

Field

Description

User Details 

User Details

Provides the users details to the device’s local database. The options available are:

  • Add

  • Edit

  • Delete

  • Search

  • Filter

Authentication Methods 

Authentication Method And Order

Enable authentication methods and drag and drop to change the authentication order. The options available are:

  • Password

  • RADIUS Servers

  • TACACS+Servers

RADIUS Servers 

RADIUS Servers

Specifies the details of RADIUS servers.

Click Configure.

To add a new RADIUS server, click +. Then enter the details specified below and click OK.

  • IP Address—Enter the server’s 32–bit IP address.

  • Password—Enter the secret password for the server.

  • Confirm Password—Re-enter the secret password for the server.

  • Server Port—Enter an appropriate port.

  • Source Address—Enter the source IP address of the server.

  • Time out—Specify the amount of time (in seconds) the device should wait for a response from the server.

  • Retry Attempts—Specify the number of times that the server should try to verify the user’s credentials.

To delete an existing RADIUS server, select it and click Delete.

TACACS 

TACACS Servers

Specifies the details of TACACS servers.

Click Configure.

To add a new TACACS server, click +. Then enter the details specified below and click OK.

  • IP Address—Enter the server’s 32–bit IP address.

  • Password—Enter the secret password for the server.

  • Confirm Password—Re-enter the secret password for the server.

  • Server Port—Enter an appropriate port.

  • Source IP Address—Enter the source IP address of the server.

  • Time out—Specify the amount of time (in seconds) the device should wait for a response from the server.

To delete an existing TACACS server, select it and click Delete.

Password Settings

Note:

  • Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, the User Management configuration supports the password settings range.

  • J-Web interface does not support configuring the number of characters by which the new password should be different from the existing password.

Minimum Reuse

Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, this Minimum Reuse option is supported.

Click top or bottom arrow to specify the minimum number of old passwords that you want to use. Range: 1-20.

Maximum Lifetime

Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, this Maximum Lifetime option is supported.

Click top or bottom arrow to specify the maximum lifetime of your password in days. Range: 30-365.

Minimum Lifetime

Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, this Minimum Lifetime option is supported.

Click top or bottom arrow to specify the minimum lifetime of your password in days. Range: 1-30.

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