IETF to tighten SNMP security features

By Jeff Caruso, Network World |  Security

In the meantime, increasing the presence of SNMPv3 is just beginning, says

John McConnell, president of McConnell Associates in Boulder, Colo. Support in network devices really started only this year. "Until you get a lot of devices speaking SNMPv3, it's like you're all dressed up for the dance and have no place to go," he says.

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