fschaeckermann wrote:Why do you need multiple username:password pairs? There is no granular authorization for the various actions anyway. Each user would be allowed to do whatever he/she liked. And adding that would mean a lot of work, since you need to have a whole authentication and authorization management system with it.
I'm setting it on my DNS-323 and will be maintaining it. However, my brother wants to be able to access it when he is not at home. I know that I can just use one username:password by just letting him know the one that I had set up. I was just thinking of setting a different username:password just for his access.
What do you mean by "Each user would be allowed to do whatever he/she liked."? Do you mean that I create a user for access to log in to the DNS-323 via telnet?