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Basic Configuration
WTI-Group-Access - Determines which plug group(s) the user will be allowed
to access. The argument for this command includes a character for each, defined
plug group, with the first character in the string being used to represent the first
plug group defined, and the last character in the string representing the last plug
group defined. The following options are available for each plug group:
0 = Off (Deny Access)
1 = On (Allow Access)
For example, to allow access to the first three defined plug groups out of a total of
six defined plug groups, the command line would be:
WTI-Group-Access="111000"
Example:
The following command could be used to set the command access level to "User", allow
access to Serial Ports 1, 3, 5 and 7 and Plugs 1 and 2, and also allow access to the first
two of five defined plug groups:
tom Auth-Type:=Local, User-Password=="tom1"
Login-Service=Telnet,
Login-TCP-Port=Telnet,
User-Name="HARRY-tom",
WTI-Super="1",
WTI-Port-Access="10101010",
WTI-Plug-Access="1100",
WTI-Group-Access="11000",
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