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Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

Hi,

Can anyone please advice what logging level is required to log the port interface state (going up or down) on the cat6500 and 4500 switch?

TIA

PF

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Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

According to the link I posted, the global option is only allowed in the SX code which is the 6500/7600 line.

For the 4500, you will have to go with the interface level.

The command should be applied on the physical interface, the port-channel is a logical interface.

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Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

6500 and 4500 switches do not log these kind of events like the 3560 and 3750 do.

It has nothing to do with the logging level but a logging option on itself.

The command can be executed at interface level or global.

logging event link-status

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6017/products_command_reference_chapter09186a00808829a0.html#wp1012561

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Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

Edison,

Thanks very much for the reply. On the 4500, it can only be applied per interface. Maybe it is the version we are using 12.2(25)EWA8. We have a couple of etherchannels configured. Should the command be applied on the port interface or the port-channel?

TIA

PF

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

According to the link I posted, the global option is only allowed in the SX code which is the 6500/7600 line.

For the 4500, you will have to go with the interface level.

The command should be applied on the physical interface, the port-channel is a logical interface.

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Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

Thanks heaps. Fully understand.

PF

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Re: Help required on Cat 6500 and Cat 4500 - logging

This post was very helpful. FYI, On my 12.2(31)SGA1 code of my 4507 with SupV-10GE, I was able to apply it globally.

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