I need to backup/store the SNMPv3 user name settings (passwords and keys) along with the normal running config. Since the snmp user info is not present in the running config, how is one supposed to preserve this information?
I would like to be able to hand someone one file(like a cpy of the config) so they can just load it, and all would be good. Not having the snmpv3 user info in the running config makes this impossible.
I believe you can only see the username, by entering the command 'sh snmp user' but you won't be able to see the password, as they are encrypted. You'll have to document the passwords separately(create new accounts), as listing the password would defeat the purpose of SNMPv3 security.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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