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show mgmt-user

show mgmt-user


This command displays the credentials for the admin users for the IAP management interface.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the admin user credentials required for accessing the IAP and external server configuration details for the management users.


The following output is displayed for the show mgmt-user command:

Server Load Balancing :Disabled

Local User DB Backup :Disabled

RADIUS Servers


Name IP Address Port Key Timeout Retry Count

---- ---------- ---- --- ------- -----------

Server1 1616 23567aea01cb66d354d2b1f5d13df7f85d4a d1d1f181fb4827 5

NAS IP Address NAS Identifier In Use RFC3576

-------------- -------------- ------ -------


Management User Table


Name Password Type

---- -------- ----

admin admin Admin

The output of this command provides the following information:



Server Load Balancing Indicates if load balancing is enabled when two authentication servers are used.
Local User DB Backup Indicates if the backing up of the local user database is enabled.
Name Indicates the name of the RADIUS server.
IP address Indicates the IP address of the RADIUS server.
Port Indicates the authorization port number of the RADIUS server.
Key Indicates the key for communicating with the RADIUS server.
Timeout Indicates timeout value in seconds for one RADIUS request.
Retry count Indicates the maximum number of authentication requests sent to the RADIUS server.
NAS IP address Displays the IP address of the Network Access Server (NAS) if NAS is configured.
NAS Identifier Indicates the NAS identifier to be sent with the RADIUS requests if NAS is configured.
In Use Indicates if the server is in use.
RFC3576 Indicates if the IAPs are configured to process RFC 3576-compliant Change of Authorization (CoA).
NAS IP address Displays the IP address of the Network Access Server (NAS) if NAS is configured.
Name (Management User Table) Indicates the username of the admin user
Password Indicates the password of the admin user.
Type Indicates if the type of the user (admin, read-only, or guest management user).

Command History



Aruba Instant The output of this command is modified.

Aruba Instant

This command is introduced.

Command Information

IAP Platform

Command Mode

All platforms

Privileged EXEC mode