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How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

(OP)
Avaya Aura® Communication Manager. I went to check my history for an occurrence that occurred a week ago to try to track who made a change only to find out that my history only had 3 days worth of entries due to ip-u and ip-a login id's performing a change station multiple times to 3 of my stations once every minute until my history overwrote itself effectively erasing my history. The problem creating the entries was resolved by switching ports on the switch that those three phones were plugged into. Now I need to make sure this doesn't happen again, so I need to know how to disable history entries for login-ids of ip-u and ip-a. Apparently these 3 stations had an issue with the port they were plugged into on the switch causing multiples ip-u entries into the logs for every minute over a day and overwrote all of my older history. I know ip-u = unregister ip-a = associate then the change station that occurs with the various phones tells me which stations caused the issue, but I really just want to eliminate those entries from the history so I only see human initiated command history. Any assistance would be appreciated. I saw an older post similar to this but it had no response to it. Hopefully someone will respond to this post.

RE: How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

Change logging-levels and set IP registration to n.

RE: How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

(OP)
Where is that done? I have been to the server and not found this setting, but yes this is what I need done. This is not a syslog issue but a history issue as we don't use syslog.

RE: How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

2
CM SAT session

Command: change logging-levels

CODE

change logging-levels                                           Page   1 of   2

                                 LOGGING LEVELS

 Enable Command Logging? y
        Log Data Values: both / new / none


 When enabled, log commands associated with the following actions:

             add? y            export? y                  refresh? y
         busyout? y               get? n                  release? y
  campon-busyout? y                go? y                   remove? y
          cancel? n            import? y                    reset? y
          change? y              list? n                     save? y
           clear? y              mark? n                      set? y
         disable? y           monitor? y                   status? n
         display? n           netstat? n                     test? y
       duplicate? y            notify? n               traceroute? n
          enable? y              ping? n                   upload? n
           erase? y           recycle? y

change logging-levels                                           Page   2 of   2

                                 LOGGING LEVELS

      Log All Submission Failures: y
          Log PMS/AD Transactions: n
  Log IP Registrations and events: n
     Log CTA/PSA/TTI Transactions: n
 

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RE: How do I get history to not log events by ip-u and ip-a?

(OP)
Thank you for your assistance. I totally missed that command in the ASA.

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