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How can i stop a specific log from my SW log file?

Hi all,

we have a 6413 switch with many modules including a CSM module in slot 3, my problem is about a specific log that keep appearing in the SW log file and it is very frequent.

i want to stop the below log from appearing to be make my log file more efficient and to ease any log reviewing task i have for any other issue that may occur.

here is a sample of the log

110453: Nov  6 01:32:06.424 EGT: %CSM_SLB-6-GATEWAYSTATE: Module 3 gateway state changed: SLB-NETMGT: Got different MAC address from Gateway 10.196.13.15 in response to ARP
110454: Nov  6 01:41:55.400 EGT: %CSM_SLB-6-GATEWAYSTATE: Module 3 gateway state changed: SLB-NETMGT: Got different MAC address from Gateway 10.196.13.15 in response to ARP
110455: Nov  6 01:42:43.237 EGT: %CSM_SLB-6-GATEWAYSTATE: Module 3 gateway state changed: SLB-NETMGT: Got different MAC address from Gateway 10.196.13.15 in response to ARP

and here is all log commands that i have (repeated commands are omited):

MY_SW#sh run | in log
service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone
logging buffered 1000000 debugging
logging monitor informational
aaa authentication login default group tacacs+ local
logging event link-status default
vlan access-log ratelimit 2000
logging event spanning-tree status
logging event bundle-status
logging event trunk-status
log-adjacency-changes
logging history informational
logging source-interface Loopback1
snmp-server enable traps bridge newroot topologychange
snmp-server enable traps syslog


thanks in advance

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Re: How can i stop a specific log from my SW log file?

I may also add that the gateway for this VLAN is Windows ISA server if this info can help.

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