I have just started writing scripts in expect language on my ASA. I am able to create new local users (AAA) and I can remove them, but where I am struggling is creating Dynamic Access Policy and adding a username attribute to it. Here is a part of my script:
Basically what this does that it first creates an access list rule with desired IP address, then creates DAP record and assigns the previously created acl rule to it. Where I am struggling is how to add the aaa.cisco.username of my user, so that it will use this DAP.
I wasn't able to find any CLI command for it, but I can manually click it in GUI (ASDM). Is there some kind of command, that lets me add a username to DAP record? Thank you in advance :)
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