Collin Clark Fri, 06/12/2009 - 06:13
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A syslog entry is generated by the device as a notification of something happening on the system. An example is that a NAT translation was created.


An SNMP trap is a log entry that is generated by the system that maps from a MIB. An example is a BGP session went down (which may or may not also be a syslog entry). Typically you use traps if you need something specific to be logged.


The logging host can used for both.


Hope that helps.

tech_trac Fri, 06/12/2009 - 07:36
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How can I distinguish a syslog from an snmp trap on the logger where both the information is stored.


Thanks.

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