Re: Generate an SNMP trap or syslog message on login/out
Thanks for the reply. My Cisco SE had informed me of the same new feature. It doesn't quite do what we want. It does not include the username of the person logging in, although there is a field for it, nor does it send a message when the user logs out. In addition, I wasn't able to get the "login on-failure" feature to work in the 12.2(35)SE switch code I was using to test.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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