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SNMP v3 configuration on Cisco devices

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I have Whats Up Pro and want to run SNMP v3.  The software supports this version however, are there any special configuration commands to enable version 3 on our Cisco devices i.e Pix, 2600 router, 3500 switches or is SNMP v3 automatically enable once you configure snmp-server comands because the monitoring software is using it?
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