SG350X DHCP Snooping : How to enable Log Message when Packet dropped ?
I have activated DHCP snooping on an SG350X-48P. If a DHCP packet is detected on an untrusted port, it will not be forwarded successfully. Is there a way to display this event in RAM LOG, or to forward it to a LOG server? Or to read it via SNMP? The point is to get a notification about an illegal DHCP server in the network.
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