SNMPv3 Training: Simple Network Management Protocol Training

Duration: 2 days

Introduction

SNMPv3 training, Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3  Training Course introduces the fundamentals of network management, SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 and RMON 1, and RMON 2. It details the technology fundamentals of SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3, and RMON 1 and 2 by explaining what’s behind this family of popular networking standards.

SNMPv3 training course provides the details on secure access to devices by a combination of authenticating and encrypting IP packets over the network. It details SNMPv3’s Message integrity, Authentication, and Encryption features.

SNMPv3 Training: Simple Network Management Protocol Training

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After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Specify the motivation for SNMPv3 protocol
  • Discuss the status of SNMPv3, related standards and key players
  • Sketch SNMPv3 architecture and components
  • Discuss key features of SNMPv3 such as Authentication, Privacy Services and Access Control
  • List key concepts and operations of SNMPv3
  • Devise a strategy for deploying SNMPv3
  • Examine the key differences between SNMPv1, 2 and 3 technologies

Introduction

  • Network Management Fundamentals
  • Network Management Requirements
  • Network Management Systems
  • Network Monitoring Architecture
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Fault Monitoring
  • Accounting Monitoring
  • Network Control
  • Configuration Control
  • Security Control

SNMP Basics

  • Simple Network Management Protocol
  • SNMP Network Management Concepts
  • SNMPv1
  • SNMP Management Information
  • Structure of Management Information
  • Data Types
  • Structure of Management Information (SMI)
  • Textual Conversions
  • SNMPv1 Operations
  • Upper Level Protocols

Standard MIBs

  • Basic Concepts
  • Ethernet Interface MIB
  • MIB-II Protocol Specification
  • Transport-Level Support
  • System Group
  • Interfaces Group
  • IP Groups
  • ICMP Group
  • TCP Group
  • UDP Group
  • Transmission Group
  • SNMP Group
  • Extensions to MIB-II

Remote Network Monitoring (RMON)

  • Basic Concepts
  • statistics Group
  • history Group
  • host Group
  • hostTopN Group
  • matrix Group

Remote Network Monitoring: Alarms and Filtering

  • alarm Group
  • filter Group
  • Packet capture Group
  • event Group
  • Practical Issues

RMON2

  • Overview
  • Protocol Directory Group
  • Protocol Distribution Group
  • Address Map Group
  • Application Layer Host Group
  • RMON2 Host Groups
  • RMON2 Matrix Groups
  • User History Collection Group
  • History Collection Group
  • Probe Configuration Group
  • Extensions to RMON1 for RMON2 Devices
  • Practical Issues

SNMPv2

  • Background
  • Structure of Management Information
  • SNMPv2 Protocol
  • Protocol Operations
  • Transport Mappings
  • Coexistence with SNMPv1

MIBs and Conformance

  • SNMPv2 Management Information Base
  • Conformance Statements
  • Evolution of the Interfaces Group of
  • MIB-II

SNMPv3 Framework

  • Architecture Overview
  • New Textual Conventions
  • The snmpEngineGroup
  • SNMPv3
  • Message Format
  • Additional SNMP Statistics Reports

Cryptographic Algorithms in SNMPv3

  • Conventional Encryption with DES
  • The MD5 Secure Hash Function
  • The SHA-1 Secure Hash Function
  • Message Authentication with HMAC

SNMPv3: Architecture and Applications

  • Background
  • SNMPv3 Overview
  • SNMP Architecture
  • SNMPv3 Applications
  • MIBs for SNMPv3 Applications

SNMPv3: Message Processing

  • User-Based Security Model
  • Message Processing
  • The SNMPv3 User-Based Security Model

SNMPv3 View-Based Access Control

  • The VACM Model
  • Access Control Processing
  • The VACM MIB
  • vacmContextTable
  • vacmSecurityToGroupTable
  • vacmAccessTable
  • vacmViewTreeFamilyTable
  • Configuring the VACM MIB

SNMPv3 Applications

  • Command Generator Applications
  • Command Responder Applications
  • Notification
  • Originator Applications
  • Notification Receiver Applications
  • Proxy Forwarder
  • Applications
  • MIB Tables for Configuring Notifications and Proxy Forwarding

SNMPv3 Security

  • Authoritative and Non-authoritative
  • Security ParametersDiscovery
  • Timeliness
  • Keys
  • USM MIB
  • Authentication
  • Privacy
  • Final Thoughts

Coexistence Issues

  • Proxy Issues
  • Supporting Multiple Message Processing Models

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