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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 04

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change snmp usm

change snmp usm

Function

The change snmp usm command is used to change the information of a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) USM user.

Format

change snmp usm < usm_id > < user_name > <user_level> < authenticate_protocol > < private_protocol >

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

usm_id SNMP USM user ID.

The value can contain only 1 to 127 letters, digits, hyphens (-), underscores (_), and periods (.).

The user ID is automatically generated when an SNMP USM user is created.

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user_name SNMP USM user name.

USM user name string,Use usm name corresponding to the usm ID.The value contains 8 to 39 characters and cannot contain only spaces.

user_level user level.
  • ReadWrite: Can read & write.
  • ReadOnly: Can only read.
authenticate_protocol Authentication protocol.

Protocol used for verifying messages.

  • MD5: Message Digest Algorithm MD5 (HMACMD5).
  • SHA: Secure Hash Algorithm (HMAC-SHA256).
  • NONE: No authentication protocol.
We recommend to use SHA(HMAC-SHA256). MD5 is not recommended because it is insecure. If you specify authenticate_protocol, you need to set an authorization password.
private_protocol Encryption protocol.

Encryption protocol used for encapsulating data.

  • DES: Data Encryption Standard (DES), an international universal encryption algorithm. The key length is 64 bytes.
  • AES: Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). The key length is 256 bytes.
  • NONE: No encryption protocol.
DES is not recommended because it is insecure. We recommend to use AES. If you specify private_protocol, you need to set an encryption password.
authentication password Authentication password.

The value contains 8 to 16 characters.

The value must contain any three character types of digits, uppercase and lowercase characters, and special characters, be different from the user name or mirror writing of the user name, and cannot contain only repeated character strings. You can enter special characters and special characters does not need to be escaped. Special characters include: `~!@#$%^&*()-_=+|[{}];:'\",<.>/?. and space.

private password Encryption password.

The value contains 8 to 16 characters.

The value must contain any three character types of digits, uppercase and lowercase characters, and special characters, be different from the user name or mirror writing of the user name, and cannot contain only repeated character strings. You can enter special characters and special characters does not need to be escaped. Special characters include: `~!@#$%^&*()-_=+|[{}];:'\",<.>/?. and space.

Level

Administrator

Usage Guidelines

You should set the encryption password to be different with the authentication password, ensuring the account security.

Example

Change the password of a SNMP USM user.

admin:/>change snmp usm 1 hztest002 ReadWrite SHA AES
Please enter your authentication password:*************
Please enter your authentication password again:*************
Please input your private password:************
Please input your private password again:************
Command executed successfully.

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-07-25

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