Help Improve the IOS CLI Experience By Using "logging synchronous"


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This Reader Tip comes from Olivier Zheng:

Are you tired of being interrupted by a syslog or error message when using the CLI of Cisco IOS while trying to configure the device? If so you can configure the IOS device such that unsolicited output is printed after the user solicited output is printed.

Editor’s Note:

The command reference for the command is here:



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