ICND2 200-101 Syslog

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jasonnone466
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ICND2 200-101 Syslog
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2014-12-03 10:52:05
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ICDN2 Syslog
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  1. With Syslog how many levels of severity are there and which ones are most severe?
    Syslog severity levels range from 0-7. 0 is the most severe and 7 the least.
  2. What is the syslog severity level 0?
    Emergency
  3. What is syslog severity level 1?
    Alert
  4. What is syslog severity level 2?
    Critical
  5. What is syslog severity level 3?
    Error
  6. What is syslog severity level 4?
    Warning
  7. What is syslog severity level 5?
    Notification
  8. What is syslog severity level 6?
    Information
  9. What is syslog severity level 7?
    Debugging
  10. What severity level is emergency?
    0
  11. What severity level is alert?
    1
  12. What severity level is critical?
    2
  13. What severity level is error?
    3
  14. What severity level is warning?
    4
  15. What severity level is notification?
    5
  16. What severity level is information?
    6
  17. What severity level is debugging?
    7
  18. Where do you set the command for GLBP?
    You set it at the interface configuration.
  19. What command do you use to set up GLBP?
    Router(config-if)#glbp 1 ip 10.1.1.10
  20. How do you set up a router to send the syslog to a syslog server?
    Router(config)#logging 172.0.0.12
  21. What command do you use to turn on syslog options like time-stamp or quiescence-numbers?
    • you use the "service" command.
    • ie. Router(config)#service timestamps
  22. List the syslog severity levels in order of least sever to most sever.
    • 7.Debugging
    • 6.Informational
    • 5.Notification
    • 4.Warning
    • 3.Error
    • 2.Critical
    • 1.Alert
    • 0.Emergency

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