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Syslog & ARN

Syslog & ARN

Syslog & ARN

(OP)
does anyone know how to set up an ARN router to send events to a syslog server?  I tried setting it up on one but with no success.  The server DOES work because I have an Accelar 1200 sending events and it is recieving them fine.
The settings i have put in using site manager are:

Global Settings
enable: Enable
Maximum Hosts: 5
Log Poll Timer: 5

system Host Table
Ip address
Messaging:Enable
Host UDP port:514 (same as on syslog server & Accelar)
Host Local Facility:Local7 (same as on Accelar)
Host time Seq: Enable
No Filters

thanks for any help

RE: Syslog & ARN

(OP)
update-
i got it working
i had to put a wildcard filter in there, set up the severity mask for warning, info, critical, and trace.  i also had to put slot lower bound as 1 and upper bound as 1.

RE: Syslog & ARN

How do I perform password recovery on bay arn via telnet or otherwise.

RE: Syslog & ARN

(OP)
you have to be consoled into the ARN to perform this

1.Power cycle the ARN.
2.When the ARN starts cycling through Power On Diags, type Ctrl C followed by a carriage return. This will put you in diagnostic mode and you will see the following prompt:

Diag_1>

3.At this prompt, type in the following command exactly:

d/l/n:5 410000 0

This sequence will blank out the Manager password in NVRAM.
4.Type boot or power cycle the ARN. There is no longer a Manager password.

RE: Syslog & ARN

You also need to mention the slot information in the Syslog settings ,
Just select slot 1 ( by default this is 0 )
and then through the bcc ---

show syslog base    ( and other syslog commands) , check that the operational state is enabled .

I just made this working 2 days back

Regards
Vikas
 

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