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Deployment messing up snmpv3 user settings.

 
Palves
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Deployment messing up snmpv3 user settings.

Hi.

I'm pretty new to IMC, and trying to configure auto deployment.
Using IMC 7.3, trying to configure an Aruba 2530-8G.
Everything is working fine except one thing; when configuring snmpv3 users, somehow it messes up the auth- and priv-protocol.

My config-template contains the following:
snmpv3 user username auth sha key priv aes key

Still, when the deployment is complete and I do a show snmpv3 user the result is:

  User Name                        Auth. Protocol   Privacy Protocol
  -------------------------------- ---------------- ----------------
  username                              None              None

Needless to say I'm not getting any snmp-connectivity. However, if I run the same snmpv3 user config as a cli-script during the deployment (or manually after deployment) it works fine:

  User Name                        Auth. Protocol   Privacy Protocol
  -------------------------------- ---------------- ----------------
  username                              SHA              CFB AES-128

 

Any ideas what could be causing this?

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network_king
HPE Pro

Re: Deployment messing up snmpv3 user settings.

if eveything ok then there should be script error, if there is no script error but configuration not pushed then contact TAC

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ludovic_s
Senior Member

Re: Deployment messing up snmpv3 user settings.

Hi Palves,

Have you resolve your problem ?

If yes, how do you solve it ?

_biv_
HPE Pro

Re: Deployment messing up snmpv3 user settings.

When deploying switch config using ADP(Auto Deployment Plan) the auth phrases of SNMPv3 are omitted, when the engineid value isn't the correct one or is missing. The engineid needs to be part of the configuration template and it has to be the actual and correct value as it is based on the MAC address of the switch itself. When those conditions are met the SNMPv3 auth phrases are pushed correctly to the switch.


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