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I need to create a guest account on my cisco router that will only the person logged in to view the configurations but not modify the configurations

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I want to create a username on my Cisco Router that will only allow that user to view the configurations, but not modify the configurations.  How do I go about doing this on a Cisco 2821 router.  Thanks
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Username 'readonly' privilege 3 secret 'password'
readonly being the username
password being the actual password

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hmm, missed a line, you will need 'privilege exec level 3 show run' too
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