Deletes a user name (security name) from a group.
|hex_group_name||Specifies the group name to delete or modify. The value is to be supplied as a colon separated string of hex octets.|
|group_name||Specifies the group name to delete or modify in ASCII format.|
|all-non-defaults||Specifies that all non-default (non-permanent) users are to be deleted from the group.|
|hex_user_name||Specifies the user name to delete or modify. The value is to be supplied as a colon separated string of hex octets.|
|user_name||Specifies the user name to delete or modify in ASCII format.|
|sec-model||Specifies the security model to use.|
|snmpv1||Specifies the SNMPv1 security model.|
|snmpv2c||Specifies the SNMPv2c security model.|
|usm||Specifies the SNMPv3 User-based Security Model (USM).|
The default value for sec-model is USM.
Use this command to remove the associate of a user name with a group.
As per the SNMPv3 RFC, a security name is model independent while a username is model dependent. For simplicity, both are assumed to be same here. User names and security names are handled the same. In other words, if a user is created with the user name username, the security name value is the same, username.
Every group is uniquely identified by a security name and security model. So the same security name can be associated to a group name but with different security models.
The default groups are: admin, initial, v1v2c_ro, v1v2c_rw.
The default users are: admin, initial, initialmd5, initialsha, initialmd5Priv, initialshaPriv.
The following command deletes the user guest from the group UserGroup for the security model snmpv2c:
configure snmpv3 delete group UserGroup user guest sec-model snmpv2c
The following command deletes the user guest from the group userGroup with the security model USM:
configure snmpv3 delete group userGroup user guest
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 10.1.
The hex_group_name and the hex_user_name parameters were added in ExtremeXOS 11.0.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.