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Hello Steve, thanks for info on Router but i need the eway to set-up username with restricted access on PIX or ASA.
username priv 3
aaa...
protected ...

etc..
Thanks in advance.

regards
Andre
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The easiest way is to load the ASDM, navigate to Firewall Configuration -> Users, and create your new user here. The ASDM will generate all the config rules assigning the appropriate permissions/priv level for each command/option allowed under the particular priv level. If I remember correctly, the ASDM has monitor-only set as priv 3 and read-only as priv 5.
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