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Aug 30th, 2007
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We currently have Cisco 3750's running Version 12.2(25)SED1. I have sysloging enabled to a specific syslog server.

If I receive a syslog alert from a specific switch and try to verify this by jumping onto the switch and checking for errors I dont see anything in the logs. I have tried to enable logging buffered level 7 but this does not show anything in the logs. I was rebooting a device that is connected to the switch. Surely it should an entry for the interface going down to a device if it was rebooted ?

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yjdabear Thu, 08/30/2007 - 06:08
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You need the following per-interface config, in order to get syslog entry for interfaces going up/down:

logging event link-status

But, are you saying you find link status syslogs on the syslog server, yet not in the switch's logging buffer? Do you have the following configured?

! sends syslog to the switch logging buffer

logging buffered #### debugging

! sends syslog to pne or more syslog server(s)

logging trap debugging

logging 10.xx.xx.xx

lyndontynes Thu, 08/30/2007 - 11:00
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I was right were you are, yesterday. Simply use the command "logging event link-status default"


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