reswaran Wed, 09/15/2010 - 21:53
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3rd party application can get DCNM events (not necessary syslog) via JMS or standard Web Services (SOAP/XML). Below is an example of XML event by using Web Services interface in the context of STP.


com.cisco.dcbu.dcm.model.event.DcmNormalizedEvent

assName>

2010-08-30 18:59:00.0 172.22.31.108

com.cisco.dcbu.dcm.model.stp.StpNetworkInterfaceStatus:neI

d=29,interface=Po100,vlanId=14

name = neId, value = 29, name = interface, value = Po100, name = vlanId, value = 14 1273558

Informational

Syslog

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STP-6-PORT_STATE: Port port-channel100 instance VLAN0014 moving from forwarding to blocking Spanning Tree

172.22.31.108: <-1>:N5K-ACCESS-108 :2010 Aug 31 01:59:00 UTC:  %STP-6-PORT_STATE: Port port-channel100 instance VLAN0014 moving from forwarding to blocking

xsi:type="xs:String_ListType">

   state


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