I'm looking for some informations regarding MDS-9148 and syslog. I need for some security needs, to send the events of a cisco MDS-9148 into a syslog server.
I did the following commands:
config t logging server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx logging commit
--> When i executed the command "logging commit", the switch has return to me the following error message:
CFS distribution is not enabled for logging
It's a FC switch, so the only IP link should be for the management.
Must i do something related with CFS to enable logging events to syslog server ? I've checked with our network admin that uses Nexus switch and he doesn't seem to use CFS for it's logging to a syslog server.
'logging server' command is enough for this switch to send syslog to the configured IP address. This is all you need if you want to send the syslog from just one switch. However, if you wish to maintain the same syslog server throughout the fabric, use logging distribute followed by logging commit.
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