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Nov 22nd, 2007

If the log-adjacency-changes command is NOT present in a router's config, will OSPF adjacency changes still be written to the device's log file?

I have this problem too.
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Joe Clarke Thu, 11/22/2007 - 10:14

As was said in an earlier post, most versions of IOS have this as the default, but it's one of those commands that typically shows up even though it's the default. To be absolutely safe, if you want adjacency changes, add the log-adjacency-changes to each OSPF process. If you do not want them, add "no log-adjacency-changes" to each process.


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