You have configured a lawful intercept view, five CLI views, and two superviews on a Cisco router. How many additional CLI views can you create? (Select the best answer.)
You can create seven additional commandline interface (CLI) views on a Cisco router if you have already configured a lawful intercept view, five CLI views, and two superviews. A CLI view enables an administrator to provide granular access to IOS commands and interfaces to a specific user or group of users. CLI views can be grouped under a superview to provide access to all of the commands within each view. On hardware platforms that support it, a single lawful intercept view can be created to provide secure access to a specific set of commands pertaining to voice calls and their associated Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) data.
The maximum number of CLI views you can create on a Cisco router is 15. This includes one lawful intercept view and any combination of CLI views and superviews? however, this does not include the root view, which is created by default and does not count against the number of available views. In this scenario, you have created eight views: one lawful intercept view, five CLI views, and two superviews. Because you can configure a maximum of 15 views, you can create only seven more views. Each of the newly created views could be a CLI view or a superview but could not be a lawful intercept view, because one has already been created.