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Cisco privilege levels - defining commands


I wish to give some of our admin guys some basics commands to use on our Cisco 3560 and 3750 switchs to allow them define mac addresses on ports with port security.

I have assigned them level 6 privilege and configured 'configure terminal and 'interface' commands but when I try to add 'switchport' command it does not appear in there list of usable commands and if I use 'switchport port-security mac-address' it does not recognise the command.

Am I able to add this command and how?



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BESKEEAuthor Commented:
Thanks LANm0nk3y

The link at least pointed me in the right direction to find my solution. I was not configuring the mode (interface) correctly to the command,

privilege interface level 6 switchport port-security mac-addres

that did the trick, thanks

You're welcome.  Glad I was able to help.
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