So apparently SNMP should be secured. Disable write access if you don’t need it, and use SNMPv3 instead of the other versions. I setup some ProCurve switches recently, and evilrouters.net had a great writeup on configuring SNMPv3. So configured me some ProCurve and went on my way. Then came my Dell PowerConnect 3548P. I bought […]
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