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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 7, 2022

Support for SNMPv3 on the TS4300.

While SNMPv3 was supported on the older TS3100, it's not supported on the new generation TS4300 for more secure communication and the customer would like that feature to be added to the TS4300.

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Apr 5, 2022

    For tape libraries, SNMP is only used for traps/alerts or for walking the MIB. As a result, the SNMP interface cannot be used to make changes to the library. If there is still a concern with SNMP security, SNMP can be disabled. The product strategy involves replacing SNMP with REST support over time.