Web interface pages and user roles

Chassis user authority can be managed in the CMM web interface.

Users are assigned authority levels according to user permission groups that are set up for the CMM.

Note: LDAP authority levels are not supported by the CMM web interface.

The table that follows contains the CMM web interface pages and the authorities or roles required to change information on these pages. The authorities listed in the table only apply to changing information or performing a task specific to that page. Viewing information on a page does not require any specific authority.

Before using the table, observe the following guidelines:

The web page command authority relationship table is a multi-row, multi-column complex table where each row lists the web page or option, and the authorities needed to access them. Column one lists the web page or option, and columns two through ten indicate the authorities. Required authorities are indicated with a dot () placed in the appropriate column. Text is used in some cases to indicate which option is available on a web page for an authority.

Page Authority

Supervisor

Chassis Account Management

Chassis Log Management

Chassis Configuration

Chassis Administration

Node Remote Presence

Node Configuration

Node Administration

I/O Module Configuration

I/O Module Administration

System Status       Chassis Name Chassis LEDs          
Multi-Chassis Monitor                    

The web page command authority relationship table is a multi-row, multi-column complex table where each row lists the web page or option, and the authorities needed to access them. Column one lists the web page or option, and columns two through ten indicate the authorities. Required authorities are indicated with a dot () placed in the appropriate column. Text is used in some cases to indicate which option is available on a web page for an authority.

Page Authority

Supervisor

Chassis Account Management

Chassis Log Management

Chassis Configuration

Chassis Administration

Node Remote Presence

Node Configuration

Node Administration

I/O Module Configuration

I/O Module Administration

Events

Event Log

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The web page command authority relationship table is a multi-row, multi-column complex table where each row lists the web page or option, and the authorities needed to access them. Column one lists the web page or option, and columns two through ten indicate the authorities. Required authorities are indicated with a dot () placed in the appropriate column. Text is used in some cases to indicate which option is available on a web page for an authority.

Page Authority

Supervisor

Chassis Account Management

Chassis Log Management

Chassis Configuration

Chassis Administration

Node Remote Presence

Node Configuration

Node Administration

I/O Module Configuration

I/O Module Administration

Mgt Module Management
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