logging host

This command configures the logging host parameters. You can configure up to eight hosts.

  • port: 514 (for UDP) and 6514 (for TLS)
  • authentication mode: anonymous
  • certificate index: 0
  • level: critical (2)
Format logging host {hostaddress|hostname} addresstype tls[anon|x509name] certificate-index {port severity-level}
Mode Global Config
Parameter Description
hostaddress| hostname The IP address of the logging host.
address-type The type of address being passed: DNS or IPv4.
tls Enables TLS security for the host.
anon|x509name The type of authentication mode: anonymous or x509name.
certificate-index The certificate number to be used for authentication. The valid range is 0–8. Index 0 is used to the default file.
port A port number from 1 to 65535.
severity-level The severity level of logging messages. The possible values are as follows. (You can enter either the word or the corresponding numeral.)
  • emergency (0): The device is unusable.
  • alert (1): Action must be taken immediately.
  • critical (2): The device is experiencing primary system failures.
  • error (3): The device is experiencing non-urgent failures.
  • warning (4): The device is experiencing conditions that could lead to system errors if no action is taken.
  • notice (5): The device is experiencing normal but significant conditions.
  • info (6): The device is providing non-critical information.
  • debug (7): The device is providing debug-level information.

The following example shows how the command could be entered.

(Extreme 220) (Config) # logging host google.com dns 214
(Extreme 220) (Config) # logging host ipv4 214 6
(Extreme 220) (Config) # logging host ipv4 tls anon 6514 debug
(Extreme 220) (Config) # logging host ipv4 tls x509name 3 6514 debug