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Being able to process v3 SNMP traps by auto discovering EngineID
Currently the SNMP (mttrapd) Probe only supports configuring the Engine ID's first, before being able to receive the SNMPv3 Traps.
Probe should work in following fashion , this will take out of manual work to monitor traps from 100s thousands devices.
1) Setup the SNMP Probe to accept SNMPv3 Traps regardless of the Engine ID.
2) Setup the SNMP Probe to "auto-discover" the Engine ID of the Trap Sender and then place the corresponding entry into the mttrapd.conf file.
3) Setup the mttrapd.conf file using a wildcard "*" in the createUser entry
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