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Cisco OSPF Command and Configuration Handbook by Ph.D. - CCIE #2969 William R. Parkhurst

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Chapter 9. Logging OSPF Neighbor Changes

log-adjacency-changes

log adjacency-changes detail

Syntax Description:

This command has no arguments.

Purpose: To enable the logging of changes in an OSPF neighbor's status. If the UNIX syslog facility is enabled, messages can be sent to a UNIX host running the syslog daemon. If you are not using the UNIX syslog facility, then the status change messages are stored in the router's internal buffer. This command is an excellent tool for troubleshooting OSPF.

Initial Cisco IOS Software Release: 11.2. The detail keyword was added in 12.1.

Configuration Example 1: Enabling OSPF Neighbor Status-Change Logging to the Console

To enable the display of OSPF neighbor status-change events on the console, use the following ...

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