I am using Solawinds syslog and trying to get our Cisco routers send syslogs to our syslog server. I followed the procedure on Configuring Cisco Devices to Use a Syslog Server from [URL] Our Cisco swtches are all sending syslog messages but not the routers. I compared the config with our access switches but can't seem to find the problem:
I want to use IP SLA to perform simple up/down monitoring of an IP host and to generate a syslog alert if the host goes down. I have a 2650XM router running 12.4(23) IP Voice IOS. My basic IP SLA config is hown below:
ip sla monitor 10 type echo protocol ipIcmpEcho 10.55.1.1 timeout 1000 frequency 10 ip sla monitor schedule 10 life forever start-time now.
Add the ability to send syslog events to multiple syslog servers in the SA500 Series routers. I know the functionality is currently in the RV220W because we utilized it. It would be great if you could configure the syslog servers by event type as well. For example, being able to send the kernel events to syslog server A, and all other events to syslog server B.
I have a new install of LMS 4.2 on a virtual appliance. No syslog messages are getting into LMS. They are being received by the server, but are showing up in /var/adm/CSCOpx/log/dmgtd.log, and aren't getting processed by SyslogAnalyser.
I have a newly installed LMS 4.1 that had the Syslog feature working for a while.
Recently, the Syslog is no longer displaying any records (neither new or old messages).
Below are the steps I have tried to troubleshoot the problem: - Installed wireshark : Syslog messages are being received by the LMS server on time - In the Syslog.log file, I can see that all the Syslog messages are being logged properly - I tried to disable all the "Syslog Message Filters" but nothing changed
In the SyslogCollector.log, I can find the below logs: NMSROOT is C:/PROGRA~2/CSCOpx propFileC:/PROGRA~2/CSCOpxMDC omcatwebapps meWEB-INFclassesC:PROGRA~2CSCOpxMDC omcatwebapps [Code]....
Is there a way to get more messages out of a 2950 set to syslog? I've turned every logging option I can find to DEBUG, but all I get in my syslog are LinkUp/Down messages and "Configured from console by console". I'd love to see more information such as configuration changes, or even someone attempting to set up DTP on a switchport set to access mode.
I bought a RV110W wireless router a couple months ago that I've been pretty happy with.
However, I have one significant problem with it. It is configured to send syslog messages to an internal server. Twice now it has gone into a mode where it starts dumping messages like,
continuously, at a rate of about 20 per second. It otherwise seems to function normally, but of course if unnoticed my syslog file quickly grows to hundreds or thousands of megabytes. A reboot restores normal operation. It is running firmware 220.127.116.11. A search on the internet turned up no information about this problem.
It may be some corruption is occuring in the router's OS, or perhaps this is something that can be triggered externally (in which case it would be a weak form of DoS attack? Or maybe worse if in this state it is unable to properly apply the firewall rules.)
I'm building the use case to test / detect for rogue devices on the network. I have in my enviroment Lan controller 5500 controller with AP (aironet 3500). I want to detect for rogue devices/ap connected to my network. I know before i can see this activity on the network i have to configure the controller / ap to detect this behavior. I'm doing this step.
Authorize AP's against AAA function to make sure that all the AP's registering to your WLC are authorized AP's of the network.By enabling this feature, only those AP's whose mac-addresses are present in the authorization list, will be able to register to the URL
Using Rogue detection. feature, the WLC will be able to detect any AP that is not a part of its RF group and contain it.URL
NOTE: from the forum I have seen other talks about the same issue and saying that if I have any APs in "Rogue Detection" mode sitting on the trunk port on the switch then only, this AP will detect the Rogue on Wired
I don't think i completely understand this statement, by sitting does it mean that it is passively sniffing coming in/out on trunk link?
Considering the above steps are accurate, after this will i be able to see rogue detection behavior in syslogs? What exactly would be the messages that would produce this behavior.
I have an issue with the syslog of 7600 router, I have configured the logging level to informational, but when I execute changes such as up or down an interface, the syslog messages aren't displayed? Why is the reason? This symptom exist after I changed the buffer size from default to 32768.
Router#sh log Syslog logging: enabled (0 messages dropped, 0 messages rate-limited, 2 flushes, 0 overruns, xml disabled, filtering disabled) No Active Message Discriminator. No Inactive Message Discriminator. Console logging: disabled Monitor logging: level debugging, 40 messages logged, xml disabled,
I'm building the use case to test / detect for rogue devices on the network. I have in my enviroment Lan controller 5500 controller with AP (aironet 3500). I want to detect for rogue devices/ap connected to my network. I know before i can see this activity on the network i have to configure the controller / ap to detect this behavior.
Authorize AP's against AAA function to make sure that all the AP's registering to your WLC are authorized AP's of the network.By enabling this feature, only those AP's whose mac-addresses are present in the authorization list, will be able to register to the WLC. url...
Using Rogue detection. feature, the WLC will be able to detect any AP that is not a part of its RF group and contain it. url...the forum I have seen other talks about the same issue and saying that if I have any APs in "Rogue Detection" mode sitting on the trunk port on the switch then only, this AP will detect the Rogue on Wired.
I've heard mixed things about the use of DHCP release messages. I've heard that some operating systems don't bother with them at all, which makes sense because many users disconnect the network media without shutting down the workstation. Which operating systems actually send out release messages as part of their shutdown sequence?
I want send ACS logs to a syslog server .I have configured syslog under System Administration --> Configuration -->Remote Log Targets .
Name : Syslog Server IP : x.x.x.x Port : 514 Facility Code:Local 6 Maximum length :1024
I have open the respective ports also in firewall .But Syslog server is not getting any logs from ACS .I have another log target ,which is ACS secondary server to collect the log from primary and secondary with below config.whch is working fine
Name :Logcollector IP : x.x.x.x Port : 20514 Facility Code:Local 6 Maximum length :1024
Setting up NTP. Currently the source for NTP within our network is our core 6500.Currently the NTP source for the 6500 are internet based NTP Servers. I would like to configure the 6500 to respond to NTP messages as the NTP Master. However will the 6500's source remain as the internet based NTP Servers?? In other words if the 6500is configured to be NTP Master, where would it get it's time from?