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Logging

I have two 3640 router running eigrp between them. I want to enable "log eigrp neighbor changes" on both router. What do i need to do to send eigrp loggging messages to my syslog server. This is what i did so far on both router

logging 10.x.x.x (Syslog server)

logging buffered Informational

router eigrp 111

network x.x.x.x

log eigrp neighbor changes

Will this commands send eigrp log messages to my syslog server ? Will it consume memory on my router? Basically , I need to know if there is any impact for using "log eigrp neighbor changes ". Thanks

Altaf

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Re: Logging

Hi Altaf,

you have to enable "logging on" to enable the logging.eventhough if you enable these 2 commands "logging 10.x.x.x (Syslog server),logging buffered Informational " it won't send the logging messages to syslog server."logging on is must commad to enable logging.

This command won't affect router's memory.check this link

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/ffun_r/ffrprt3/frf013.htm#1018658

Regards

kiruba

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Re: Logging

Thanks Kiruba,

I will try that. Thanks

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