Configuring Log Updown (NSM Procedure)

You can log a message whenever a BGP peer makes a state transition.

To configure log updown:

  1. In the NSM navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices.
  2. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the device for which you want to configure log updown.
  3. Click the Configuration tab. In the configuration tree, select Protocols > Mpls > Log Updown.
  4. Click + to configure log updown as described in Table 79.
  5. Select Protocols > Mpls > Log Updown > Trap.
  6. Configure settings as described in Table 79.
  7. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the changes.
    • Cancel—Cancels the modifications.
    • Apply—Applies the log updown parameters.

Table 79: Log Updown Configuration Details

Option

Function

Your Action

Comment

Supplies a descriptive comment for the log updown.

(Optional) Enter a comment.

syslog / no-syslog

Specifies whether to log or not log a message to the system log file.

  • syslog—Logs a message to the system log file.
  • no-syslog—Does not log a message to the system log file.

Select an option.

Trap Path Down

Specifies to send SNMP traps when a path goes down.

Select the check box to enable this feature.

Trap Path Up

Specifies to send SNMP traps when a path goes up.

Select the check box to enable this feature.

Mpls > Log Updown > Trap

trap / no-trap

Specifies whether to send SNMP trap or not.

  • trap—Sends an SNMP trap.
  • no-trap—Does not send an SNMP trap.

Select an option.

Mpls > Log Updown > Trap > No Trap

Comment

Supplies a descriptive comment for path that does not send an SNMP trap.

(Optional) Enter a comment.

Mpls Lsp Traps

Specifies not to send MPLS label switch path up or down traps.

Select the check box to enable this feature.

Rfc3812 Traps

Specifies not to send RFC3812 traps.

Select the check box to enable this feature.

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