We had a myriad of 3548's and 3550's. Some of our LAN administrators like the ease of use of the CMS and therefore use it as their primary tool to configure the switches. However, whenever changes are made to the switch configuration a %SYS-5-CONFIG_I message IS NOT written to the local log buffer nor is it written out to our SYSLOG server.
The %SYS-5-CONFIG_I message is written when configured by console (via a telnet or actual console connection). We trap on this message on our SYSLOG server to alert the centralized network support folks that there has been a change in the network, but we cannot do this when using CMS.
Is there any way to configure the switch so that when changes are made via CMS (i.e. http) there is a log entry or SNMP trap generated?
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