Can anyone tell me where a log event's severity is derived from? Looking at log events on either the console of CiscoWorks Syslog Analyzer component shows the severity of a given event. Is that severity contained in the event record itself or derived from a secondary data store cross reference?
I ask because a 3rd part NM vendor's tool is not providing us with severity information for logged Cisco events, thus leading to all events being given equal billing in the tool's console.
If you know the answer, a link to a documentation source or attachment of a "live" log event (captured packet) would be most helpful.
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