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9.15. SNMP users Table

Wireshark uses this table to verify authentication and to decrypt encrypted SNMPv3 packets.

This table is handled by an Section 9.7, “User Table” with the following fields.

Engine ID

If given this entry will be used only for packets whose engine id is this. This field takes an hexadecimal string in the form 0102030405.

Username

This is the userName. When a single user has more than one password for different SNMP-engines the first entry to match both is taken, if you need a catch all engine-id (empty) that entry should be the last one.

Authentication model

Which auth model to use (either "MD5" or "SHA1").

Password

The authentication password. Use '\xDD' for unprintable characters. An hexadecimal password must be entered as a sequence of '\xDD' characters. For example the hex password 010203040506 must be entered as '\x01\x02\x03\x04\x05\x06'.

Privacy protocol

Which encryption algorithm to use (either "DES" or "AES").

Privacy password

The privacy password. Use '\xDD' for unprintable characters. An hexadecimal password must be entered as a sequence of '\xDD' characters. For example the hex password 010203040506 must be entered as '\x01\x02\x03\x04\x05\x06'.


 
 
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