We installed CW2000 VMS 2.1 and set our PIX's & 3000's to log their syslog messager to the CW2000 server. We see about 1000 invalid messages a day and we are wondering what are they and how can we see these invalid messages???
Invalid messages are messages that the RME didn't understand. The list includes messages from non-Cisco devices, a device not supported or a device not recognised. CW2000 syslog will collect whatever is getting sent to it. This information is put in the /CSCOpx/log/syslog.log file. All information that goes here is visible as reports unless filters are set. You could try looking for invalid messages here. 1000 Invalid messages a day do seem to be on the higher side. Check to see if all messages are coming form one device or a subset of devices. If that is indeed the case, check to see if the device/s have been added to the RME.
If you have the vms software installed and the rme software on the same ciscoworks server, there is a bug. The rme and the vms both have syslog servers and they cannot coexist on the same CW server, unless you setup the rme syslog server to receive syslog messages via a syslog proxy server.
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