ExtremeXOS allows you to record all configuration changes and their sources that are made using the CLI by way of Telnet or the local console. These configuration changes are noted in the log as event entries. Each log entry includes the user account name that performed the change and the source IP address of the client (if Telnet was used). Configuration logging applies only to commands that result in a configuration change. CLI configuration logging is disabled by default.
enable cli config-logging
disable cli config-logging
You can specify that logged commands appear in fully expanded form, rather than the abbreviations you may have used when entering them in the command line.
For example, with command expansion enabled, a command entered in abbreviated format, such as
config por 33 auto of spee 10000 duplex ful
appears in the log as:
configure ports 33 auto off speed 10000 duplex full
enable cli-config-logging expansion
disable cli-config-logging expansion