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    Enabling and Disabling the Core Dump Monitor

    The core dump monitor is disabled by default. To enable the core dump monitor, use the exception monitor command. To send the file to an FTP server, enter the IP address of the FTP server and the name of the directory on the server to which the system will transfer the file. Use the no version of this command to disable the core dump monitor.

    Enabling the core dump monitor specifies that future core dump files be saved to NVS. See exception dump command for details.

    Note: You can use exception protocol ftp command to assign a username and password to the targeted FTP server. If you choose not to define a username or password, the router uses the values of “ anonymous” and “ null,” respectively.

    To enable the router core dump monitor and specify the location to which you want the router to transfer core dump files:

    • Issue the exception monitor command in Global Configuration mode.
      host1(config)#exception monitor 192.168.56.7 CORE_DUMPS

    Published: 2014-08-12