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Creating a SNMPv3 Notification

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You can configure notifications or traps that can be sent to your network management server via SNMP2 community strings or local SNMPv3 users. Notifications are created as either SNMPv2 or SNMPv3.

To create a SNMPv3 notification:

  1. Log in to the System Console.

    For more information, see Logging in to the System Console of Your Server and Changing the Default Password.

    Press the Enter key after each prompt.



  2. Enter m for more options.

  3. Enter A for Advanced Options.

  4. Enter 4 to select the SNMP Administration option.

  5. Enter D to configure SNMP Notification.

    The SNMP Notification menu displays.

  6. Enter 2 to select the SNMPv3 Notification option.

    The SNMP Notification menu displays.

  7. Enter 1 to select the SNMPv3 Notification User option.

  8. Enter the IP or FQDN address of your network management server.

  9. Enter I or T to configure an Inform or Trap notification type.

    The system asks for the values in the remaining steps if your notification type is Inform or Trap.

  10. Enter your Remote Engine ID if necessary.

  11. Enter your user name.

    The user name must be at least eight characters and contain no spaces.

  12. Enter and verify an authentication password of your choice.

    • This password uses SHA authentication.
    • The password must be at least eight characters.
    • Vidyo does not currently support MD5 authentication.

  13. Enter and verify a second authentication password of your choice.

    • This password uses AES encryption.
    • The password must be at least eight characters.
    • Vidyo does not currently support DES encryption.
      After SNMPv3 notification users are created, they are listed in the top of the SNMPv3 Notification menu and Delete SNMPv3 Notification User displays as a second option.

  14. Select X to return to the SNMP Notification menu.
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