OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release


logging server

Configures the remote syslog server.

logging server { hostname | ipv4–address | ipv6–address } [severity severity-level | vrf management [severity severity-level] [tcp port-number | udp port-number]
  • hostname | ipv4–address | ipv6–address — (Optional) Enter either the hostname or IPv4/IPv6 address of the logging server.
  • vrf management — (Optional) Configure the logging server for the management VRF instance.
  • severity-level — (Optional) Set the logging threshold severity:
    • log-emerg — System as unusable.
    • log-alert — Immediate action is needed.
    • log-crit — Critical conditions.
    • log-err — Error conditions.
    • log-warning — Warning conditions.
    • log-notice — Normal but significant conditions (default).
    • log-info — Informational messages.
    • log-debug — Debug messages.
  • tcp port-number — (Optional) Send syslog messages over TCP to a specified port on a remote logging server (1-65535).
  • udp port-number — (Optional) Send syslog messages over UDP to a specified port on a remote logging server (1-65535; default 514).

System messages of the log-notice security level and lower are generated.

Syslog messages are sent over UDP to port 514 on a remote logging server.

Command Mode
Usage Information
Starting from 10.3.0E or later, this command supports IPv6 addresses. The previous versions support only IPv4 addresses. The no version of this command deletes the syslog server.
OS10(config)# logging server dell.com severity log-info
OS10(config)# logging server fda8:6c3:ce53:a890::2 tcp 1468
OS10(config)# logging server dell.com vrf management severity log-debug
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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