Cisco Bug: CSCul23342 - testauthconfig CLI does not accept [-d level] argument
Oct 30, 2017
- Cisco Web Security Appliance
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Symptom: The following description in the configuration guide regarding "testauthconfig" command is not correct. Since this command doesn't accept "[-d level]" argument any more. ===================================== Tests the authentication settings for a given authentication realm against the authentication servers defined in the realm. testauthconfig [-d level] [realm name] Running the command without any option causes the appliance to list the configured authentication realms from which you can make a selection. The debug flag (-d) controls the level of debug information. The levels can range between 0-10. If unspecified, the appliance uses a level of 0. With level 0, the command will return success or failure. If the test settings fail, the command will list the cause of the failure. ===================================== Conditions: Use "testauthconfig" with [-d level] arguemnt.
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