I'm pretty sure that SHA2 isn't included in the SNMP standards. AES192
and AES256 are unsupported for the same reason.



Brendan Simon wrote:
> Are there any plans to support SHA512 (or SHA256) for authentication
> protocol in the near future?
> Any other hashing algorithms stronger than SHA1?
>
> Thanks, Brendan.
>
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