Receive following NetMaster Packet Tracing message: IPPTPKT01 User not authorized to view packet data. Data suppressed.

Document ID : KB000013610
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Question:

Receive following NetMaster Packet Tracing message:

IPPTPKT01 User not authorized to view packet data. Data suppressed.

 

Answer:

To allow a user to view SmartTrace data, you would have to grant the user the NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.xxxxxxxx facility, or if it does not exist, it needs to be defined.

The following shows how to both define the facility and grant access for each the main security systems: 

 

 

CA Top Secret

To set up definitions to allow access to SmartTrace in your region with ACB NMTEST, issue the following commands:

TSS ADD(dept) IBMFAC(NETMSTR)

TSS PERMIT(USER1) IBMFAC(NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.*) ACCESS(NONE)

 

To allow user USER1 to access SmartTrace data, issue the following command:

TSS PERMIT(USER1) IBMFAC(NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.NMTEST) ACCESS(CONTROL)

  

CA ACF2

To set up definitions to allow access to SmartTrace in your region with ACB NMTEST, issue the following commands:

[ACF]

SET RESOURCE(FAC)

COMPILE *

$KEY(NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.*) TYPE(FAC)

 

To allow user USER1 to access SmartTrace data, issue the following command:

$KEY(NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.NMTEST) TYPE(FAC) USER1(USER1) READ(ALLOW)

STORE

[END]

 

RACF

To set up definitions to allow access to SmartTrace in your region with ACB NMTEST, issue the following commands:

RDEFINE FACILITY NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.* UACC(NONE)

RDEFINE FACILITY NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.NMTEST UACC(NONE)

SETROPTS RACLIST(FACILITY) REFRESH

 

To allow user USER1 to access SmartTrace data, issue the following command:

PERMIT NETMSTR.PKTTRACE.NMTEST CLASS(FACILITY) ID(USER1) ACCESS(READ)