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Basic Configuration
5.9.8.1. Adding LDAP Groups
Once you have defined several users and passwords via your LDAP server, and
assigned those users to LDAP Groups, you must then grant command and port access
rights to each LDAP Group at each individual RSM-8R4 unit.
To add LDAP groups to your RSM-8R4 unit, log in to the command mode using a
password that permits access to Administrator level commands, and then proceed as
follows:
Text Interface: Type /N and press [Enter] to display the Network Parameters
Menu. At the Network Parameters Menu, type 27 and press [Enter] to display the
LDAP parameters menu, then type 13 and press [Enter] to display the LDAP Group
Menu. At the LDAP Group Menu, type 2 and press [Enter] to display the Add LDAP
Group menu.
Web Browser Interface: Click on the LDAP Parameters link to display the LDAP
Parameters menu. At the LDAP Parameters menu, click on the LDAP Group
Configuration link to display the LDAP Group Configuration menu, then click the
Add LDAP Group link to display the Add LDAP Group menu.
The Add LDAP Group menu allows the following parameters to be defined:
Group Name: Note that this name must match the LDAP Group names that you
have assigned to users at your LDAP server. (Default = undefined.)
Access Level: Sets the command access level to either Administrator, SuperUser,
User or ViewOnly. For more information on Access Levels, please refer to
Section 5.4.1. (Default = User.)
Port Access: This item is used to select the serial ports that members of this LDAP
group will be allowed to connect. (Default = All Ports Off.)
Plug Access: This item is used to determine which plugs members of this group
will be allowed to control. (Default = All Plugs Off.)
Plug Group Access: This item is used to determine which plug groups the
members of this LDAP Group will be allowed to control. (Default = undefined.)
Service Access: This item determines how members of this LDAP Group will be
allowed to access command mode and whether or not they will be able to create
outbound Telnet connections. The Service Access parameter is used to allow
members of this LDAP group to access command mode via Serial Port, Telnet/SSH
or any combination thereof, and also enables/disables Outbound Telnet.
(Default; Serial Port = On, Telnet/SSH = On, Outbound Access = Off.)
Note: After you have finished defining LDAP Group parameters, make certain
to save the changes before proceeding. In the Web Browser Interface, click on
the "Add LDAP Group" button to save parameters; in the Text Interface, press the
[Esc] key several times until the RSM-8R4 displays the "Saving Configuration"
message.
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