InformationDetermines which syslog messages should be sent to the SNMP server.
Syslog messages are an invaluable tool for accounting, monitoring, and routine troubleshooting. They can be sent as SNMP traps to an SNMP server. This provides an additional method for the events to be viewed in real time and a backup method to Syslog servers in case there is an issue with the Syslog protocol.
SolutionStep 1: Run the following command to set the logging level to 5:
hostname(config)# logging history 5
The severity level can be chosen between 0 and 7
The device does not log to simple network management protocol (SNMP) servers by default.