system snmp enable-snmpv3

Enables SNMPv3 cluster-wide

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The system snmp enable-snmpv3 command enables SNMPv3 server on the entire cluster. When this command is run, SNMP users and SNMP traphosts that are non-compliant to FIPS will be deleted automatically, since cluster FIPS mode is enabled. Any SNMPv1 user, SNMPv2c user or SNMPv3 user (with none or MD5 as authentication protocol or none or DES as encryption protocol or both) is non-compliant to FIPS. Any SNMPv1 traphost or SNMPv3 traphost (configured with an SNMPv3 user non-compliant to FIPS) is non-compliant to FIPS.

Examples

The following command enables SNMPv3 server on the entire cluster, within a cluster named cluster1:
cluster1::> set -privilege advanced

Warning: These advanced commands are potentially dangerous; use them only when
         directed to do so by NetApp personnel.
	 Do you want to continue? {y|n}: y

cluster1::*> system snmp enable-snmpv3

Warning: If you enable SNMPv3 using this command, any SNMP users and
         SNMP traphosts that are non-compliant to FIPS will be
         deleted automatically, since cluster FIPS mode is enabled.
         Any SNMPv1 user, SNMPv2c user or SNMPv3 user (with none or
         MD5 as authentication protocol or none or DES as encryption
         protocol or both) is non-compliant to FIPS. Any SNMPv1
         traphost or SNMPv3 traphost (configured with an SNMPv3 user
         non-compliant to FIPS) is non-compliant to FIPS.
Do you want to continue? {y|n}: y

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cluster1::*>