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The Cisco Adapter connects to Cisco switches and routers. A separate connection entry is required for each switch that is being queried.

NOTE
The Cisco adapter supports Cisco Routers and Switches IOS (Internetwork Operating System)

The Cisco Adapter connection requires the following parameters:

  1. Host Name – IP address or DNS name
  2. Protocol – Selection of SNMP, SNMPv3, SSH or Telnet.
    It is recommended to use SNMP for best network performance and to utilize the available adapter functionalities.
  3. User Name and Password (optional) - The user name and password for the switch, if required.
  4. SNMP Read Community (optional) - Specify the SNMP read community string, if using SNMP.
  5. SNMPv3 Authentication Passphrase (authKey) (optional) - Specify the user authentication key passphrase (authKey), if using SNMPv3.
  6. SNMPv3 Private Passphrase (privKey) (optional) - Specify the user private key passphrase (privKey), if using SNMPv3.
  7. SNMPv3 Authentication Type (authProtocol) (optional) - Specify the authentication type (authProtocol), if using SNMPv3.
  8. SNMPv3 Privacy Type (privProtocol) (optional) - Specify the privacy type (privProtocol), if using SNMPv3.
  9. Protocol Port (optional) – Specify if the connection needs to be on a non-standard port.
  10. Description (optiona) - Specify a description for the connection.
  11. Choose Instance - If you are using multi-nodes, choose the Axonius node that is integrated with the adapter. By default, the 'Master' Axonius node (instance) is used. For details, see Connecting Additional Axonius Nodes

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