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Cisco 2960x Create multiple administrative users account for SSH access

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Our company has a pair of Cisco 2960x switches and stacked together. Our vendor has already enable SSH access for administration of the switch and create One Username for remote administration.

Is it possible to create multiple administratiive user (e.g. Admin1, Admin2, Admin3 etc) to administor the Cisco 2960x switch remotely using SSH protocol ?

Appreciate your kind advice in advance.

Patrick
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You can define them as many you want

conf t
username Admin1 privilege 15 secret mypassword1
username Admin2 privilege 15 secret mypassword2
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Thank you for your advice
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