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Just seeing if anyone has a working SNMPv3 configuration for an ERS 3600 series switch.
Typically you would need to configure three elements:
In the ERS configuration I can’t see how to do this, as the commands above do not translate equally to BOSS?
The configuration I have so far is
snmp-server user engine-id 0x80:00:1f:88:80:d5:74:92:2d:32:d4:4a:5d snmpuser md5 des
snmp-server user snmpuser sha aes
The engine ID has been taken from XMC via:
In addition, do you know what configuration is required in XMC. Running version 8.3 but I am falling back to the java version and adding the engine ID for the switch into the snmptrapd file.
For MD5/DES I’m thinking it will look something like the below, with the engineID being that of the switch:
createUser -e 0x800002328002005d31384f4c3531303045333030 snmpuser MD5 snmpauthcred DES snmpprivcred
For SHA/AES thinking I just need to add:
# createUser myAuthPrivUser SHA mypassword AES myotherpassword
Maybe I don’t need to go to all this trouble at all and like EXOS its done automatically?
Many thanks in advance
These commands worked for me. Yet to configure traps, but will post when working
snmp-server view root +1snmp-server user netsight sha aes read-view root write-view root notify-view root
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