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SNMPv3 single object credential storage


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  • Martin Crothers

    @Device42 team, This would be great if it includes all the USM (User-based Security Model) properties of an SNMPv3 credential prescribed by RFC 3414.

    SNMPv3 credentials being different from based Username/Password combinations in that they have (as example):
    * Username
    * Context
    * EngineID
    * Authentication
        ** Method (None, MD5, SHA1, (some vendors supporting newer versions of SHA))
        ** Password or Key
    * Privacy/Encryption
        ** Method (None, DES56, AES128 (aka AES), AES192, AES256)
        ** Password or Key


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