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Last Updated: 5/3/2014 3:10:03 PM
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HOWTO - Extreme Networks Syslog Configuration

By Erik Rodriguez

Tags: Extreme Networks Syslog, XOS syslog, ExtremeXOS logging, Extreme Networks configure syslog

This article provides information on how to configure an Extreme switch to work with a syslog server.

Requirements

You will need an active syslog server running an configured to collect data from the switch. Using the configuration below, the switch will begin sending log data.

NOTE: commands in green are variables specific to your situation. Commands in black are static commands along with the correct syntax and should not change. See below:

configure syslog add 192.168.54.12:514 vr VR-Default local7
enable log target syslog 192.168.54.12:514 vr VR-Default local7
configure log target syslog 192.168.54.12:514 vr VR-Default local7 filter DefaultFilter severity Debug-Data
configure log target syslog 192.168.54.12:514 vr VR-Default local7 match Any
configure log target syslog 192.168.54.12:514 vr VR-Default local7 format timestamp seconds date Mmm-dd event-name none process-slot priority tag-name 


The IP address shown in blue is the IP of your syslog server and the :514 is the port used by your syslog server. These commands will give you a good starting point but you may want to change the facility number (7 is used here) or the level of logging. The match flag is a regex that can anything like info, critical, emergency, etc.





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