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Syslog Message

I would like to stop Link status and Line Protocol status from being sent to my cisco works syslog server. How would I go about doing this? I would assume just allowing certain types of snmp traps to the server, but does that work for the logging function also? I have put the no snmp-server link-status in and that stops the link up/link down messages, but not the LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN data-link messages. I know I can filter in Cisco Works, but I am trying to stop this unwanted traffic from even going over the network unless it is for our trunk links.

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Re: Syslog Message

logging xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.

logging trap

interface range 1 - 24 (or ever how many ports)

no logging event link-status

the interface range command doesn't work on some devices like 2900XL switches so you have to go into each interface and enter the no logging event link-status command

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Re: Syslog Message

I'm not sure about the line protocol status.....

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Re: Syslog Message

also, those are the commands to log messages to a syslog server on IOS switches. On routers I just use:

logging xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

logging trap < one of the severity levels in the message above>

there's no need to issue no logging event link-status on a router

on CatOS switches I use:

set logging server enable

set logging server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

set logging server severity <7,6,5,4,3,2,1 or 0>

4 is the default logging severity level on a lot of CatOS switches. you will see this in sh conf all

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