We have recently changed servers on which our CiscoWorks LMS 2.1 application and our NNM application reside (different servers). I would like to be able to run a command set within the "Network Show Commands" application to view the following:
1. syslog servers set in the configuration
2. snmp-server hosts set in the configuration
Would/could anyone identify for me the syntax I would need for such commands? I do not have appropriate access to a router at this time to test the various cli options.
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