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As of 2004 the IETF recognizes Simple Network Management Protocol version 3 as defined by RFC 3411– RFC 3418 (also known as STD0062) as the current standard version of SNMP. The IETF has designated SNMPv3 a full Internet standard, the highest maturity level for an RFC.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol that was designed to let network administrators monitor and fix problems in their networks. SNMP can be used to monitor the status of network components, such as the availability of a particular host or if a line card in a router is processing traffic. There are three versions of SNMP: v1, v2c, and v3.

SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol and it is a protocol that defines how network components like routers and switches communicate with each other. SNMP provides a way for network managers to monitor and control the health of their networks.

SNMP version 2 is the most common version used for SNMP

  • SNMP version 1 is a protocol for collecting network management data. It supports queries for information about the status of physical, logical, and link-related objects in the network.
  • SNMP version 2 takes in more detail than SNMPv1 in terms of network management, but it does carry over many of the same features.

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