SNMP support for Discovery Discovery supports SNMP versions 1, 2c, and 3. Discovery uses version 1 and 2c by default. You must enable support for version 3. MID Servers support all SNMP protocol versions by default. You can set a MID Server to support only specific versions of SNMP. Add an SNMPv3 user credential in Discovery Set up your credentials so Discovery can access SNMPv3 targets. Before you beginRole required: admin About this taskA MID Server parameter is also available to control SNMP versions. See MID Server parameters. Procedure Navigate to Discovery > Credentials. Click New. Click SNMPv3 Credentials. Use the following table to fill in the form. This form creates an entry in the SNMPv3 credentials table. The SNMPv3 credentials table stores the credentials. Figure 1. SNMPv3 credentials form Table 1. SNMPv3 credentials form Field Input Value Name Unique and descriptive name for this credential. Active If the credential can be used. Select this box to activate the credential. User name The user name to authenticate to the target devices. This selection must match the name that is set on the devices to be discovered. If a domain account is used to execute Powershell commands in Discovery, the user name must include the domain. Avoid leading or trailing spaces in user names. A warning appears if the platform detects leading or trailing spaces in the user name. This is the only required field. Authentication protocol The encryption protocol. This selection must match the encryption protocol that is set on the devices to be discovered. Valid options are: None: No encryption is used. MD5 (Message Digest version 5) SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) See the SNMPv3 security options table below to configure the type of security. Authentication key The authentication key that is set on the target devices. Privacy protocol The encryption standard. This selection must match the encryption standard that is set on the devices to be discovered. Valid options are None, AES128 (standard AES), AES192, AES256, DES, or 3DES. Privacy Key The privacy key that is set on the target devices. Tag The name of a credential tag. Applies to The MID servers that use this credential. You can choose All MID servers, or you can create a list of Specific MID servers. Order The order in which the credentials are tried, if there is more than one credential for a given type. Table 2. SNMPv3 security options Option Fields to configure noAuthNoPriv security Authentication protocol: None Privacy protocol: None Authentication Key: Leave blank Privacy Key: Leave blank authNoPriv security Authentication protocol: Set Privacy protocol: Leave blank Authentication Key: Set Privacy Key: Leave blank authPriv Authentication protocol: Set Privacy protocol: Set Authentication Key: Set Privacy Key: Set Set SNMP version on the Discovery schedule You must also add an SNMPv3 credential if you set the SNMP version to v3 or All. Before you beginRole required: admin Procedure Navigate to Discovery > Discovery schedules> your Discovery schedule. In the Use SNMP Version field, select the appropriate version. Valid options are v1/v2c, v3, or All.