On our 3524-XL switches the %LINK-4-ERROR message is
sent to our syslog servers when we have a problem with duplex or speed setting on the switches.
Unfortunately, these error messages are not generated on our 2950/3550 switches and Cisco routers when they have speed/duplex problems. (Though I can see input and CRC errors on the interface counters).
Is there a way to enable Cisco routers and 2950/3550 switches to generate logging events when these errors occur?
(Please note that I have set up both syslog and buffer logging levels to be informational (level 6), but still no %LINK-4-ERRORs appear).
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