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JUNOScope System Log Messages
are stored in the JUNOScope database and are subsequently sent to
the system log server and an optional RADIUS accounting server if
one is configured (see Figure 13).
Figure 13: JUNOScope Security-Enhanced Sensitive
The JUNOScope software generates events or system log messages based
on the status of the following operations, and forwards them
to the local system log server.
- User login success
- User login failure attempt
- User account automatically locked
- User account locked and unlocked by the JUNOScope administrator
using Users > Authentication Policy
- A new user account added, existing user account deleted,
or existing user account password changed using Users > Local Authentication
- A new device is deleted or existing device is edited or
deleted using Settings > Devices
- A label association is changed using Settings > Labels
- A configuration is committed to a device using Configuration
> Current > Edit
- Completed Archive operations—When an archive of
a device is performed the first time or some change in configuration
is done after the last successful archive of that device.
- Completed Inventory Scan operations—When an inventory
scan is performed the first time or after a change in the inventory
after the last successful scan.
- Completed Restore operations—When a configuration
is successfully restored on a device.
- The success or failure of a JUNOScope operation—This
information is reflected in the system log message severity level.
- The final status of each leaf operation shown on the Monitor
Status Page. For example, for an operation named archive edge
routers, which consists of a group of edge routers edge1, edge2, and edge3, the success (or failure) status
of archive edge1, archive edge2, and archive
edge3 will be forwarded to the system log.
- All information recorded in the JUNOScope View Status
page (Monitor > Status).
Each system log message identifies the JUNOScope
software process that generated the message and briefly describes
the operation or error that occurred.
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