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TCP/IP Internet Standard Management Framework and SNMP Versions (SNMPv1, SNMPv2 Variants, SNMPv3)
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I would imagine that at some point,
everyone realized that the situation was a mess, and decided enough
is enough. In 1996 work began on a new approach to resolve the
outstanding issues and return universality to SNMP. In 1998, SNMP
version 3 (SNMPv3) was developed, which includes additional enhancements
to SNMP and finally gets all the players back on the same team.
SNMPv3 is the most current version
of SNMP and is still being actively revised. One of the important changes
in SNMPv3 is a more formalized way of handing different security approaches
to SNMPobviously, a lesson learned from the SNMPv2 experience.
SNMPv3 uses SNMPv2 protocol operations
and its PDU message format, and the SMIv2 standard from SNMPv2 as well.
SNMPv3 allows a number of different security methods to be incorporated
into its architecture, and includes standards describing user-based
security as defined in SNMPv2u and SNMPv2* as well as a new view-based
access control model. It also includes additional tools to aid in the
administration of SNMP.
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