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Answers: Syslog 3

Answers: Syslog 3

🕔09:10, 7.Jul 2016

Logging happens to be one of those configuration topics that is easy to overlook. In real life, you would probably figure out the site standard, and then configure most routers and switches the exact same way. As a result, you

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Syslog 3

Syslog 3

🕔09:05, 5.Jul 2016

When first starting out with Cisco routers and switches, log messages are those irritating messages that show up to interrupt us from the current task at hand. Over time, most of us find those messages more and more useful. Eventually,

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Answers: Syslog 2

Answers: Syslog 2

🕔09:10, 18.Jun 2016

Most of us rely on IOS CLI help to remember the log message severity levels. Thankfully, the help lists the messages in severity order, not alphabetical order. Could you do the lab without using help? Extra credit for you, at

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Syslog 2

Syslog 2

🕔09:05, 17.Jun 2016

Most of us skim through descriptions of #Syslog messages and message levels. This lab helps you slow down just a bit with a configuration exercise that makes you remember message severity levels and how to configure them. As usual, the

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Answers: Syslog 1

Answers: Syslog 1

🕔09:10, 7.Jun 2016

Syslog can be one of those easy-to-overlook topics when practicing configuration. Well, here’s some practice! Check out the requirements post first, and then come back here to check your answers, as usual.

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Syslog 1

Syslog 1

🕔09:05, 6.Jun 2016

Routers and switches issue log messages to tell us about different events. Be ready to run through the various options! Today’s lab exercises a couple of those options related to message formats and how how a router chooses to manage

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