snmp-server user — global
name group version[encrypted] [auth
hash auth-pwd[priv des56
access-list] no snmp-server user
This command defines SNMP users, associates them with a group (which in turn defines the information they’re allowed to view), and specifies encryption requirements together with the appropriate passwords.
The name of the user you are defining.
The SNMP group the user is associated with.
The version of SNMP that is in use. Possible values are
v3 is the only version that supports encryption.
If this keyword is present, the
priv-pwd passwords are present as an MD5 hash rather than in plain text.
SNMPv3 only. Configures an authentication key for the user.
hash is the name of the hashing algorithm used to create the key; possibilities are
auth-pwd is the actual password assigned to the user. The router stores this password in encrypted form.
SNMPv3 only. Configures an encryption key for the user, using the
des56 algorithm. (Currently,
des56 is the only algorithm supported.)
priv-pwd is the actual password assigned to the user. The router stores this password in encrypted form.
Optional. An access list that restricts the hosts from which the user can access the group.
The encryption of the password and the authentication key depend on the router’s ...