disable ip-security anomaly-protection notify
Disables protocol anomaly notification.
|log||Specifies the switch to send the notification to a log file.|
|snmp||Specifies the switch to send an SNMP trap when an event occurs.|
|cache||Specifies the switch to send the notification to cache.|
|slot||Specifies the slot to be used.|
|all||Specifies all IP addresses, or all IP addresses in a particular state.|
The default is disabled.
This command disables anomaly notification. When enabled, any packet failed to pass enabled protocol checking is sent to XOS Host CPU and notifies the user. There are three different types of notifications:
log: log anomaly events in the switch log system; you can view and manage this log with the show log and configure log commands.
snmp: the anomaly events generate SNMP traps.
cache: logs the most recent and unique anomaly events in memory; rebooting the switch will cause all the logged events to be lost (the number of cached events is configured by command).
When disabled, the switch drops all violating packets silently.
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.0.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.