How to Add an Administrator Account to Cisco Routers
You can add an administrator account to your Cisco routers by setting up what Cisco refers to as Customer Administration Accounts on the routers. With these types of administrative accounts, you can set limitations as the master administrator so that your customers can configure and/or modify only settings that you allow without the risk of them overwriting or editing other settings. Our excellent technical support team has provided some valuable step by step instruction that will help you to add an Administrator Account to Cisco Routers. Before following these step bring Cisco serial or universal serial bus (USB) data cable, which is quite essential for this. For taking this assistance on call dial Cisco Router Technical Support Australia
Step1- Connect a computer to a Cisco router using a Cisco serial or universal serial bus (USB) data cable
Step2- Log in to the Cisco router as the administrator
Step3- Enter the privileged EXEC mode. Access this mode by typing "enable" or "en" at the "Router>" prompt
Step4- Access the global configuration mode. Type "configure terminal" or "config t" at the "Router#" prompt.
Step5- Add an administrative user. Type the following command at the "Router(config)#" prompt, and then press "Enter" on your computer's keyboard: "username <enterusernamehere> priv 15 password <enterpasswordhere>"
Step6- For example, you could type "username jdoe priv 15 password johnnydoe22," which would create a user name "jdoe" with a password "johnnydoe22."
Step7- Exit to the privileged EXEC mode. Press "CTRL Z" until you're back at the "Router#" prompt
Step8- Save your changes, Type "copy running-config startup-config," and press the "Enter" key on your computer's keyboard.
Most importantly always make a backup copy of your "Startup Configuration" before overwriting it in case you make a mistake. You don’t need to worry in case of any difficulty or issue as we have also provided Cisco Router Tech support number Number +(61) 386580446 to assist you online.
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