6.1. User Accounts

6.1.1. Web Interface Accounts

The ABC SBC web interface is based on a Webmin framework and it is integrated as a module called “frafos-sbc“. User accounts are configured in the Webmin “Users“ module which is accessible using the “System ‣ Users“ link.

Default web interface accounts are:

user: sbcuser password: Sbc.User!
user: sbcadmin password: Admin.SbC1?

IMPORTANT: It is highly advisable to change the password as part of the system installation process. It has to be done on all SBC nodes.

There are two user groups - “SBCUsers“ and “SBCAdmins“ - configured in the system by default. User groups can be used to group those users with the same rights, see Fig. Webmin user access rights configuration.

  • Users in the SBCadmins group have access rights to all available configuration parts including the system settings (network interfaces, firewall rules or user accounts).
  • Users in the SBCusers group are restricted to modify only the ABC SBC topology (e.g. Realms, Call Agents, Inbound (A), Routing (B) or Outbound (C) rules).
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Figure 1: Webmin user access rights configuration

 To secure the system, the administrator can also specify the IP address from which the user can connect to the web interface or a logout timeout for user inactivity.

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Figure 2: Webmin user security and limits options

6.1.2. System Account

For a system administrator using a remote shell access, the system is preconfigured with a default “root” user and password:

user: root, password: frafos

IMPORTANT: It is highly advisable to change the password as part of the system installation process.

6.1.3. CDR Access Account

As mentioned in Sec. Call Data Records (CDRs), CDRs can be accessed remotely using SFTP protocol. The default user configured with access to CDR files location is:

user: cdr password: cdrfrafos

IMPORTANT: It is highly advisable to change the password as part of the system installation process.

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