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Syslog message queery

Here is one of the typical message that I get on my syslog server :

Mar 20 10:32:48 [135.178.60.153.4.0] 2002 Mar 20 15:32:46 gmt +00:00 %PAGP-5-POR

TTOSTP:Port 3/20 joined bridge port 3/20

Where 135.178.60.153 is the IP address of my switch. This IP address is followed by .4.0 in this case. The question is what does this 4.0 indicate ?

Thanks

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Re: Syslog message queery

I'm not sure what the .4.0 means, but the PAGP is a EtherChannel/port channeling message. Whenever a device on a port configured with channeling enabled/auto/on a PAGP will be generated. If this port is connected to a host/server and isn't doing etherchannel you can turn channel off to stop these messages.

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Re: Syslog message queery

I do want this message on my syslog server. This is my track of port joining and leaving the bridge. I am still looking for what 4.0 stands for if anybody knows.

Thanks

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