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Configuring SNMPv3 Traps for Subscriber Secure Policy Mirroring

 

This topic provides an overview of the SNMPv3 configuration process as it pertains to subscriber secure policy.

To configure SNMPv3 trap support for subscriber secure policy and to send the trap information to the mediation device:

  1. Configure the MIB view.

    See Configuring MIB Views.

  2. Configure the trap notification and trap notification filter. See the following topics:
  3. Configure the target device. The target device is the mediation device that receives the trap information.

    See Configuring SNMPv3 Traps on a Device Running Junos OS.

    Note

    Starting in Junos OS Release 16.1R1, when you configure SNMP trap notifications for subscriber secure policy on MX Series routers, you must configure the target parameters for mediation devices so that the SNMPv3 traps are sent with privacy (encrypted). Targets without privacy configured cannot receive the notifications. In earlier releases, you can configure target parameters without privacy, allowing unencrypted notifications to be sent to the mediation devices.

    For more information about configuring subscriber secure policies, see Subscriber Secure Policy Overview.

  4. Configure the SNMPv3 user, authentication method and password, and privacy method and password. See the following topics:
  5. Configure user access privileges to management information.

    See Defining Access Privileges for an SNMP Group.