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How do I disable a certain command from Cisco Router

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I want to disable certain commands Fro example : Wr mem from a Cisco router

How do I do that?
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Don Johnston earned 300 total points
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You can't. If you want to prevent people from issuing a certain command, you would have to create an account that doesn't have access to those commands.

http://www.ciscoarticles.com/CCSP-Cisco-Certified-Security-Professional/Privilege-Levels.html
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Hi Don!

That is very helpful. I will work on it!

Thanks,
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by:Feroz Ahmed
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Hi,

You can try this by reducing privilege level when you configure console as below :

Router(config-t)#line vty 0 4
router(Config-t)#login
router(Config-t)#privilege level (0 to 15) So,you can define privilege level to 4 and check it should work .
router(Config-t)#password cisco
router#enable password cisco

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