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Logging level configuration vs severity for a syslog server

  • 1.  Logging level configuration vs severity for a syslog server

    Posted Aug 28, 2014 05:46 PM

    Hi, my controller is set with this  configuration:

     

    # show logging level verbose

    LOGGING LEVELS
    --------------
    Facility Level Sub Category Process
    -------- ----- ------------ -------
    network warnings N/A N/A
    security informational N/A N/A
    security debugging N/A authmgr
    security informational aaa N/A
    security debugging dot1x N/A
    security warnings ids N/A
    security warnings ids-ap N/A
    system warnings N/A N/A
    user informational N/A N/A
    user debugging dot1x N/A
    wireless warnings N/A N/A

     

    # show logging server

    Remote Server: 172.17.xxx.xx

    FACILITY MAPPING TABLE
    ----------------------
    local-facility severity remote-facility
    -------------- -------- ---------------
    user warnings local1
    security warnings local1

     

    Why my syslog server is receiving logs with the tag <NOTI> if the severity is set for WARN?



  • 2.  RE: Logging level configuration vs severity for a syslog server

    Posted Aug 29, 2014 06:59 AM

    try this:

    logging level warnings security subcat aaa

    logging <Server IP> type user severity warnings facility local0 



  • 3.  RE: Logging level configuration vs severity for a syslog server

    Posted Aug 29, 2014 08:17 AM

    Thanks,

    But it's not possible to have internal security log with INFORMATIONAL level and send to syslog server only WARNINGS and above? Is it?



  • 4.  RE: Logging level configuration vs severity for a syslog server

    Posted Aug 29, 2014 08:29 AM
    Yes you can have informational same way as warning level