What are three characteristics of superviews in the Cisco role-based CLI access feature? (Choose three.)

Last Updated on April 28, 2021 by Admin

What are three characteristics of superviews in the Cisco role-based CLI access feature? (Choose three.)

  • Commands cannot be configured for a superview.
  • A single CLI view can be shared within multiple superviews.
  • Deleting a superview does not delete the associated CLI views.
  • A user uses a superview to configure commands inside associated CLI views.
  • A user uses the command enable view superview-name to enter a superview.
  • Level 15 privilege access is used to configure a new superview.
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

    Cisco role-based Superviews have several specific characteristics:
    A single CLI view can be shared within multiple superviews.
    Commands cannot be configured for a superview. An administrator must add commands to the CLI view and add that CLI view to the superview.
    Users who are logged into a superview can access all the commands that are configured for any of the CLI views that are part of the superview.
    Each superview has a password that is used to switch between superviews or from a CLI view to a superview.
    Deleting a superview does not delete the associated CLI views. The CLI views remain available to be assigned to another superview.
    Only a root view user can configure a new view and add or remove commands from the existing views.

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