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Charter HFC Engineer?

On 08/26/2016 02:27 PM, Gabriel Kuri wrote:

> SNMPv3 uses TCP.

FWIW, TCP is one of many possible transports for SNMPv3. UDP is by far
the commonest in my experience, though.

> FYI - Charter engineers responded to me indicating it's a known bug with
> this Ubee modem and Ubee is working on a new revision of firmware to fix
> the bug.

Ouch. I'll have to check whether the Ubee unit on my Comcast Business
connection is similarly affected. SNMP-related bugs are a dime a dozen,
but this one sounds really awful.


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