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SNMP Logging Levels

I have a series of IOS routers and switches and want to configure SNMP the same on each. What I do not understand is the different logging levels (ie notifications, alerts, warnings). Can I select more than one? Do any of them give me everything? If I select warnings, what will that send to the syslog server?

Any info would be great.

Thanks in advance

Daniel,

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Re: SNMP Logging Levels

The meaning of the different logging levels are -

*0 Emergencies - System is unusable

*1 Alerts - Immediate action needed

*2 Critical - Critical conditions

*3 Errors - Error conditions

*4 Warnings - Warning conditions

*5 Notifications - Informational messages

*6 Informational - Normal but significant conditions

*7 Debugging - Debugging messages

no you cannot select more than one logging level.

To limit the types of messages that can be logged , you have to set the appropriate logging trap level by using the command "logging trap " , so if you say "logging trap warnings", this means all messages from level 0-3 (from emergencies to errors) will be logged.

Blue

Re: SNMP Logging Levels

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/477/RME/rme_syslog.html has some good Syslog related info as well.

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