I've been a long time user of KiwiSyslog but I believe the previous poster was correct regarding that this is not within the SNMP trap functionality. I have also tried to put various switches into logging debug mode for the purpose to see what happens when a CRC is generated but unfortunately it does not send a syslog message either. I'll get link status, VTP, power, environmental, login and misc messages but no port error traps via either SNMP or Syslog. Although it would be nice to see this feature in future IOS implementations.
I partially take back what I said based upon an analysis of the syslog from a Catalyst 2924XL switch. I notice that when a port is showing a high number of errors you will receive a messages similar to the one below.
Although, it does this after an indeterminate amount of errors have accumulated. When I have looked at impacted ports they will usually have several hundred errors. Although I have found nothing that will generate a trap based upon a single interface error event.
Is it possible that this could be caused by some sort of timing issue? Such as a delay between the times when syslog is 'checking' the status of this field? Perhaps the errors are occurring fast enough to accumulate hundreds before the event is reported.
I'm not familiar enough with the architecture of syslog to know how it gathers the data to generate an event.
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