Error/Fault Data for Router Processors

The format of this section is identical to the performance sections, except that in addition to MIBs and CLI commands, we also will present relevant SNMP traps and syslog messages.

SNMP traps require you have a trapd daemon running on some SNMP server and the router must point to that server configured via the snmp server-host configuration command. Syslog messages can be stored on a syslog server or on the router itself, either on the console or in a buffer. If stored in the buffer, executing the command show logging will show the same values as seen on a syslog server. This feature is especially important to use in addition to a syslog server when the network is down or when the route to the syslog server ...

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