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How to add a new user account to EX-series switching platform via J-Web

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Article ID: KB10903 KB Last Updated: 05 Mar 2017Version: 8.0
Summary:

J-Web user interface is used to configure, monitor, maintain and troubleshoot EX-series switches. J-Web allows you to use the Users Configuration page for user information to add new users to a switching platform. For each account, you define a login name and password for the user and specify a login class for access privileges. The following information describes the configuration steps for configuring users:

Symptoms:

Solution:
You can use the Users Configuration page for user information to add new users to a switching platform. For each account, you define a login name and password for the user and specify a login class for access privileges.

To configure users:
  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure > System Properties > User Management.
    The User Management page displays details of users, the authentication order, the RADIUS servers, and TACACS servers present.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Click any desired option on the Users tab:

    • Add - To add a user, enter details in Username, Login Class and Passowrd fields
    • Edit - To change user configuration, modify the requested fields
    • Delete - To delete an existing user

  4. Click any desired option on the Authentication Method and Order tab:

    • Authentication Order - Drag and drop the authentication type from the Available Methods section to the Selected Methods. Click the up or down buttons to modify the authentication order.
    • Add - Select this option to add an authentication server.
    • Edit - Select this option to modify the authentication server details.
    • Delete - Select this option to delete an authentication server from the list.
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