Cisco Prime Network Device Package Third-Party VNE Reference Guide, 3.8 and 3.9
Syslogs for Third-Party Network Elements in Cisco Prime Version 3.8
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Syslogs

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Syslogs

Juniper E-Series Syslogs

Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs

Juniper M-Series Syslogs

Juniper MX-Series Syslogs

Juniper T-Series Syslogs

RAD ACE Syslogs

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs

Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs

Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper M-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper MX-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper T-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

RAD ACE Syslogs Registry Parameters

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs Registry Parameters

Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs Registry Parameters


Syslogs


This chapter provides detailed information about the syslogs for third-party devices in Prime Network. Syslogs appear in the Prime Network Event Syslog tab. (For information about Prime Network Event, see the Cisco Prime Network 3.9 Reference Guide.) Syslog information is presented in two forms:

Syslog Tables: A section devoted to the supported syslogs for each NOS platform. Each of these sections contains a table listing the name of each supported syslog, along with a description, the raw format of the syslog string, and a short description. In the syslog tables in this Reference, each syslog's short description is also a link to its corresponding registry parameters.

Registry Parameter Tables: A section devoted to the event types, event subtypes and Prime Network registry parameters for the supported syslogs. There is one parameter table for every syslog table (e.g., Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters). Each syslog can have multiple event subtypes, or states. The parameter tables indicate when each state is generated, and how Prime Network processes them (such as their severity, whether they are ticketable, can be correlated, are autocleared, and so on).

Prime Network 3.9 users can enable an additional IP in the device for traps and syslogs. This new feature is called Multisource Events. When Prime Network 3.9 receives a trap or syslog from that device (from the new IP) it will still recognize the device. For more details on multisource events see Cisco Prime Network 3.9 Release Notes.

This chapter includes the following topics:

Juniper E-Series Syslogs

Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs

Juniper M-Series Syslogs

Juniper MX-Series Syslogs

Juniper T-Series Syslogs

RAD ACE Syslogs

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs

Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs

Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper M-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper MX-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper T-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

RAD ACE Syslogs Registry Parameters

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs Registry Parameters

Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper E-Series Syslogs

Table 12-1 lists the Juniper E-Series Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-1 Juniper E-Series Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

link up syslog

juniper parse link up syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_UP: ifIndex 33, ifAdminStatus up(1), ifOperStatus up(1), ifName so-0/3/1.20

Juniper Link up syslog

juniper-link-down

juniper parse link down syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_DOWN: ifIndex 33, ifAdminStatus up(1), ifOperStatus down(2), ifName so-0/3/1.20

Juniper Link down syslog

juniper-ospf-neighbor-down

juniper parse ospf neighbor syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRUP: OSPF neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) state changed from Init to ExStart due to 2WayRcvd (event reason: initial DBD

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

juniper-ospf-neighbor-down

juniper parse ospf neighbor syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRDOWN: OSPF neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) state changed from Full to Down due to InActive

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

juniper-card-out

juniper parse card in syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7: SNMP trap generated: FRU insertion (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName PIC: @ 0/3/*, jnxFruType 11, jnxFruSlot 1)

Juniper card out syslog

juniper-card-out

juniper parse card out syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7: SNMP trap generated: FRU removal (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName PIC: 2x OC-3 SONET, SMIR @ 0/3/*, jnxFruType 11, jnxFruSlo 1)

Juniper card in syslog

juniper-ldp-neighbor-down

handle ldp neighbor change syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRUP: LDP neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) is up

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

juniper-ldp-neighbor-down

handle ldp neighbor change syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRDOWN: LDP neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) is down

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

bgp-started

bgp started syslog

bgp_connect_start: connect 192.168.10.1 (Internal AS 1): No route to host

Juniper BGP Connection Started

bgp-task-connect

bgp task connect syslog

task_connect: task BGP_1.192.168.20.1+179 addr 192.168.20.1+179: No route to host

Juniper BGP task connect

bgp-peer-init

bgp peer init syslog

bgp_peer_init: BGP peer 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100) local address 90.90.90.2 not found. Leaving peer idled

Juniper BGP peer init

bgp-reset

bgp reset syslog

bgp_mgmt_clear_neighbor: NOTIFICATION sent to 192.168.30.1 (Internal AS 1): code 6 (Cease) subcode 4 (Administratively Reset), Reason: Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Juniper bgp reset

bgp-timeout

bgp timeout syslog

bgp_traffic_timeout: NOTIFICATION sent to 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100): code 4 (Hold Timer Expired Error), Reason: holdtime expired for 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100), socket buffer sndcc: 61 rcvcc: 0 TCP state: 4, snd_una: 3386242142 snd_nxt: 3386242203 snd_wnd: 16384 rcv_nxt: 1418307052 rcv_adv: 1418323436, keepalive timer 0

Juniper bgp timeout

sib-offline

sib offline syslog

CHASSISD_FRU_OFFLINE_NOTICE: Taking SIB 0 offline: Reconnect

Juniper BGP Started

sib-reset

sib reset syslog

CHASSISD_GBUS_RESET_EVENT: SIB#0 - Assert Board Reset

Juniper sib reset

bgp-neighbor-state-changed

handle BGP 5 syslog

1) RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED: BGP peer 80.80.80.8 (Internal AS 65520) changed state from Established to Idle (event Closed) 2) RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED: BGP peer 80.80.80.8 (Internal AS 65520) changed state from OpenConfirm to Established (event RecvKeepAlive)

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

bgp-neighbor-state-changed

handle BGP 5 syslog

Sep 5 17:09:10 rpd[3161]: RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED: BGP peer 80.80.80.8 (Internal AS 65520) changed state from OpenConfirm to Established (event RecvKeepAlive)

Juniper BGP neighbor up syslog

fru-power-off

juniper fru power on syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9: SNMP trap generated: FRU power on (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName SIB 1, jnxFruType 9, jnxFruSlot 2, jnxFruOfflineReason 23, jnxFruLastPowerOff 3089, jnxFruLastPowerOn 0)

Juniper fru power off syslog

fru-power-off

juniper fru power off syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9: SNMP trap generated: FRU power off (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName SIB 1, jnxFruType 9, jnxFruSlot 2, jnxFruOfflineReason 23, jnxFruLastPowerOff 3089, jnxFruLastPowerOn 0)

Juniper fru power on syslog


Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs

Table 12-2 lists the Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-2 Juniper JCS Control SystemSyslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation

Sep 5 17:08:26 rpd[3161]: RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED: BGP peer 80.80.80.8 (Internal AS 65520) changed state from Established to Idle (event Closed)

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation.

Sep 5 17:09:10 rpd[3161]: RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED: BGP peer 80.80.80.8 (Internal AS 65520) changed state from OpenConfirm to Established (event RecvKeepAlive)

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

bgp_peer_init

Interface for local address used for connection with the relevant peer
not found.

Jun 8 23:00:14 rpd[2700]: bgp_peer_init: BGP peer 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100) local address 90.90.90.2 not found. Leaving peer idled

Juniper BGP peer init

bgp_mgmt_clear_neighbor

Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Jun 9 00:26:50 rpd[38080]: bgp_mgmt_clear_neighbor: NOTIFICATION sent to 192.168.30.1 (Internal AS 1): code 6 (Cease) subcode 4 (Administratively Reset), Reason: Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Juniper bgp reset

bgp_connect_start

Connection failed (bind failure) because it is not possible to use the local address used for connection to the relevant peer.

Jun 9 14:44:44 rpd[15952]: bgp_connect_start: connect 192.168.10.1 (Internal AS 1): No route to host

Juniper BGP Connection Started

task_connect

Routine to call when a connect has completed on this socket.

Jun 9 18:27:47 rpd[2796]: task_connect: task BGP_1.192.168.20.1+179 addr 192.168.20.1+179: No route to host

Juniper BGP task connect

bgp_traffic_timeout

Hold timeout to the relevant peer occurred.

Jun 8 17:41:39 rpd[2576]: bgp_traffic_timeout: NOTIFICATION sent to 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100): code 4 (Hold Timer Expired Error), Reason: holdtime expired for 90.90.90.3 (Internal AS 100), socket buffer sndcc: 61 rcvcc: 0 TCP state: 4, snd_una: 3386242142 snd_nxt: 3386242203 snd_wnd: 16384 rcv_nxt: 1418307052 rcv_adv: 1418323436, keepalive timer 0

Juniper bgp timeout

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7: SNMP trap generated: FRU removal (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName PIC: 2x OC-3 SONET, SMIR @ 0/3/*, jnxFruType 11, jnxFruSlo

Juniper card out syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7: SNMP trap generated: FRU insertion (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName PIC: @ 0/3/*, jnxFruType 11, jnxFruSlot 1)

Juniper card in syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9: SNMP trap generated: FRU power off (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName SIB 1, jnxFruType 9, jnxFruSlot 2, jnxFruOfflineReason 23, jnxFruLastPowerOff 3089, jnxFruLastPowerOn 0)

Juniper fru power off syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9: SNMP trap generated: FRU power on (jnxFruContentsIndex 8, jnxFruL1Index 1, jnxFruL2Index 4, jnxFruL3Index 0, jnxFruName SIB 1, jnxFruType 9, jnxFruSlot 2, jnxFruOfflineReason 23, jnxFruLastPowerOff 3089, jnxFruLastPowerOn 0)

Juniper fru power on syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRDOWN

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency was terminated because the indicated neighbor stopped communicating. If the adjacency was the only one with this neighbor, the routing protocol process (rpd) terminated the associated LDP session.

RPD_LDP_NBRDOWN: LDP neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) is down

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRUP

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency with the indicated neighbor became active. The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the neighbor if one did not already exist.

RPD_LDP_NBRUP: LDP neighbor 10.110.1.5 (so-0/3/1.20) is up

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONDOWN

The routing protocol process (rpd) terminated an LDP session with the indicated neighbor and deleted all labels exchanged during the session.

%DAEMON-6-RPD_LDP_SESSIONDOWN: LDP session 1.2.3.4 is down

Juniper LDP session down syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONUP

The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the indicated neighbor. The routers began exchanging labels.

%DAEMON-6-RPD_LDP_SESSIONUP: LDP session 1.2.3.4 is up

Juniper LDP session up syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_DOWN

The SNMP agent process (snmpd) generated a linkDown trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'down'.

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_DOWN: ifIndex 28, ifAdminStatus up(1), ifOperStatus down(2), ifName fe-0/0/3

Juniper Link down syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_UP

The SNMP agent process (snmp) generated a linkUp trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'up'.

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_UP: ifIndex 28, ifAdminStatus up(1), ifOperStatus up(1), ifName fe-0/0/3

Juniper Link up syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRDOWN

An OSPF adjacency with the indicated neighboring router was terminated. The local router no longer exchanges routing information with, or directs traffic to, the neighboring router.

RPD_OSPF_NBRDOWN: OSPF neighbor 10.111.1.9 (fe-0/0/3.0) state changed from Full to Down due to Kill all neighbors

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRUP

An OSPF adjacency was established with the indicated neighboring router. The local router can now exchange information with it.

RPD_OSPF_NBRUP: OSPF neighbor 10.111.1.9 (fe-0/0/3.0) state changed from Init to 2Way due to Two way communication established

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

CHASSISD_FRU_OFFLINE_NOTICE

The chassis process (chassisd) took the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU) offline for the indicated reason.

Jun 8 11:37:59 chassisd[2599]: CHASSISD_FRU_OFFLINE_NOTICE: Taking SIB 0 offline: Reconnect

Juniper fru offline syslog

CHASSISD_GBUS_RESET_EVENT

The chassis process (chassisd) reset the GBUS for the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU). This is a normal part of startup.

Jun 8 11:38:09 chassisd[2599]: CHASSISD_GBUS_RESET_EVENT: SIB#0 - Assert Board Reset

Juniper fru reset


Juniper M-Series Syslogs

Table 12-3 lists the Juniper M-Series Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-3 Juniper M-Series Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation.

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation.

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

bgp_peer_init

Interface for local address used for connection with the relevant peer
not found.

Interface for local address used for connection with the relevant peer
not found.

Juniper BGP peer init

bgp_mgmt_clear_neighbor

Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Juniper bgp reset

bgp_connect_start

Connection failed (bind failure) because it is not possible to use the local address used for connection to the relevant peer.

Connection failed (bind failure) because it is not possible to use the local address used for connection to the relevant peer.

Juniper BGP Connection Started

task_connect

Routine to call when a connect has completed on this socket.

Routine to call when a connect has completed on this socket.

Juniper BGP task connect

bgp_traffic_timeout

Hold timeout to the relevant peer occurred.

Hold timeout to the relevant peer occurred.

Juniper bgp timeout

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

Juniper card out syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

Juniper card in syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

Juniper fru power off syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

Juniper fru power on syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRDOWN

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency was terminated because the indicated neighbor stopped communicating. If the adjacency was the only one with this neighbor, the routing protocol process (rpd) terminated the associated LDP session.

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency was terminated because the indicated neighbor stopped communicating. If the adjacency was the only one with this neighbor, the routing protocol process (rpd) terminated the associated LDP session.

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRUP

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency with the indicated neighbor became active. The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the neighbor if one did not already exist.

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency with the indicated neighbor became active. The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the neighbor if one did not already exist.

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONDOWN

The routing protocol process (rpd) terminated an LDP session with the indicated neighbor and deleted all labels exchanged during the session.

The routing protocol process (rpd) terminated an LDP session with the indicated neighbor and deleted all labels exchanged during the session.

Juniper LDP session down syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONUP

The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the indicated neighbor. The routers began exchanging labels.

The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the indicated neighbor. The routers began exchanging labels.

Juniper LDP session up syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_DOWN

The SNMP agent process (snmpd) generated a linkDown trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'down'.

The SNMP agent process (snmpd) generated a linkDown trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'down'.

Juniper Link down syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_UP

The SNMP agent process (snmp) generated a linkUp trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'up'.

The SNMP agent process (snmp) generated a linkUp trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'up'.

Juniper Link up syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRDOWN

An OSPF adjacency with the indicated neighboring router was terminated. The local router no longer exchanges routing information with, or directs traffic to, the neighboring router.

An OSPF adjacency with the indicated neighboring router was terminated. The local router no longer exchanges routing information with, or directs traffic to, the neighboring router.

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRUP

An OSPF adjacency was established with the indicated neighboring router. The local router can now exchange information with it.

An OSPF adjacency was established with the indicated neighboring router. The local router can now exchange information with it.

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

CHASSISD_FRU_OFFLINE_NOTICE

The chassis process (chassisd) took the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU) offline for the indicated reason.

The chassis process (chassisd) took the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU) offline for the indicated reason.

Juniper fru offline syslog

CHASSISD_GBUS_RESET_EVENT

The chassis process (chassisd) reset the GBUS for the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU). This is a normal part of startup.

The chassis process (chassisd) reset the GBUS for the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU). This is a normal part of startup.

Juniper fru reset


Juniper MX-Series Syslogs

Table 12-4 lists the Juniper MX-Series Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-4 Juniper MX-Series Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

RPD_BGP_NEIGHBOR_STATE_CHANGED

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation.

During BGP negotiation with the local router, the state of the indicated BGP neighbor (peer) changed as indicated. The ESTABLISHED state is the final state in the neighbor negotiation.

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

bgp_peer_init

Interface for local address used for connection with the relevant peer
not found.

Interface for local address used for connection with the relevant peer
not found.

Juniper BGP peer init

bgp_mgmt_clear_neighbor

Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Management session cleared BGP neighbor

Juniper bgp reset

bgp_connect_start

Connection failed (bind failure) because it is not possible to use the local address used for connection to the relevant peer.

Connection failed (bind failure) because it is not possible to use the local address used for connection to the relevant peer.

Juniper BGP Connection Started

task_connect

Routine to call when a connect has completed on this socket.

Routine to call when a connect has completed on this socket.

Juniper BGP task connect

bgp_traffic_timeout

Hold timeout to the relevant peer occurred.

Hold timeout to the relevant peer occurred.

Juniper bgp timeout

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

Juniper card out syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP7

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

The chassis process (chassisd) generated a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap with the seven indicated argument-value pairs.

Juniper card in syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

Juniper fru power off syslog

CHASSISD_SNMP_TRAP9

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

SNMP trap generated: FRU power off

Juniper fru power on syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRDOWN

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency was terminated because the indicated neighbor stopped communicating. If the adjacency was the only one with this neighbor, the routing protocol process (rpd) terminated the associated LDP session.

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency was terminated because the indicated neighbor stopped communicating. If the adjacency was the only one with this neighbor, the routing protocol process (rpd) terminated the associated LDP session.

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

RPD_LDP_NBRUP

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency with the indicated neighbor became active. The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the neighbor if one did not already exist.

A Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) adjacency with the indicated neighbor became active. The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the neighbor if one did not already exist.

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONDOWN

The routing protocol process (rpd) terminated an LDP session with the indicated neighbor and deleted all labels exchanged during the session.

The routing protocol process (rpd) terminated an LDP session with the indicated neighbor and deleted all labels exchanged during the session.

Juniper LDP session down syslog

RPD_LDP_SESSIONUP

The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the indicated neighbor. The routers began exchanging labels.

The routing protocol process (rpd) established an LDP session with the indicated neighbor. The routers began exchanging labels.

Juniper LDP session up syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_DOWN

The SNMP agent process (snmpd) generated a linkDown trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'down'.

The SNMP agent process (snmpd) generated a linkDown trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'down'.

Juniper Link down syslog

SNMP_TRAP_LINK_UP

The SNMP agent process (snmp) generated a linkUp trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'up'.

The SNMP agent process (snmp) generated a linkUp trap because the indicated interface changed state to 'up'.

Juniper Link up syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRDOWN

An OSPF adjacency with the indicated neighboring router was terminated. The local router no longer exchanges routing information with, or directs traffic to, the neighboring router.

An OSPF adjacency with the indicated neighboring router was terminated. The local router no longer exchanges routing information with, or directs traffic to, the neighboring router.

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

RPD_OSPF_NBRUP

An OSPF adjacency was established with the indicated neighboring router. The local router can now exchange information with it.

An OSPF adjacency was established with the indicated neighboring router. The local router can now exchange information with it.

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

CHASSISD_FRU_OFFLINE_NOTICE

The chassis process (chassisd) took the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU) offline for the indicated reason.

The chassis process (chassisd) took the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU) offline for the indicated reason.

Juniper fru offline syslog

CHASSISD_GBUS_RESET_EVENT

The chassis process (chassisd) reset the GBUS for the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU). This is a normal part of startup.

The chassis process (chassisd) reset the GBUS for the indicated component (field-replaceable unit, or FRU). This is a normal part of startup.

Juniper fru reset


Juniper T-Series Syslogs

Juniper T-Series Syslogs supported in Prime Network is the same as the Juniper M-Series Syslogs. For more details on the Juniper M-Series Syslogs see Table 12-3

RAD ACE Syslogs

Table 12-5 lists the RAD ACE Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-5 RAD ACE Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

any syslogs

Default pattern to send uncorrelated/unknown syslogs to the vision

 

Generic syslog


Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs

Table 12-6 lists the Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-6 Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

STP-I-PORT_STATUS

The link state of the port has changed. %STP-I-PORT_STATUS Port status change detected: [number] - [text]

 

Stp port status syslog

SYS-I-GBIC_REMOVED

The GBIC connector has been removed. %SYS-I-GBIC_REMOVED, GBIC removed from port: [test]

 

Sys gbic removed syslog

SYS-I-GBIC_INSERTED

The GBIC connector has been inserted. %SYS-I-GBIC_ INSERTED, GBIC removed from port: [test]

 

Sys gbic inserted syslog


Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs

Table 12-7 lists the Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs supported in Prime Network.

Table 12-7 Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs 

Syslog Name
Description
Raw Format
Short Description

STP-I-PORT_STATUS

The link state of the port has changed. %STP-I-PORT_STATUS Port status change detected: [number] - [text]

 

Stp port status syslog

SYS-I-GBIC_REMOVED

The GBIC connector has been removed. %SYS-I-GBIC_REMOVED, GBIC removed from port: [test]

 

Sys gbic removed syslog

SYS-I-GBIC_INSERTED

The GBIC connector has been inserted. %SYS-I-GBIC_ INSERTED, GBIC removed from port: [test]

 

Sys gbic inserted syslog


Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-8 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-1.

Table 12-8 Juniper E-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Juniper Link up syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link up syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IIPInterface

F

F

F

0

F

CLEARED

F

F

T

Juniper Link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IIPInterface

F

T

F

0

F

MAJ

F

F

T

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor up syslog

 

NA

 

F

F

F

0

T

CLEARED

F

F

F

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor down syslog

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card in syslog

 

physical command

IIPhysicalInvestigator

F

F

F

0

F

CLEARED

F

F

T

Juniper card in syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

 

physical command

IIPhysicalInvestigator

F

T

F

0

F

MAJ

F

F

T

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor up syslog

 

label switching table, mpls interfaces, mpls-ldp-peers

IProfileContainer (LSE)

F

T

F

0

F

CLEARED

F

F

F

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

 

label switching table, mpls interfaces, mpls-ldp-peers

IProfileContainer (LSE)

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP Connection Started

juniper bgp started

juniper bgp started

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP task connect

juniper bgp task connect

juniper bgp task connect

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP peer init

juniper bgp peer init

juniper bgp peer init

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper bgp timeout

juniper bgp timeout

juniper bgp timeout

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP Started

juniper sib offline

juniper sib offline

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper sib reset

juniper sib reset

juniper sib reset

 

NA

 

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

 

bgp-process-state, bgp neighbours

IBgpNeighbourEntry

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

F

Juniper BGP neighbor up syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor up syslog

 

bgp-process-state, bgp neighbours

IBgpNeighbourEntry

F

T

F

0

F

CLEARED

F

F

F

Juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power on syslog

 

physical command

IIPhysicalInvestigator

F

T

F

0

F

CLEARED

F

F

T

Juniper fru power on syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

 

physical command

IIPhysicalInvestigator

F

T

F

0

T

MAJ

F

F

T


Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-9 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Juniper JCS Control System Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-2.

Table 12-9 Juniper JCS Control System Syslog Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor up syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper BGP peer init

juniper bgp peer init

juniper bgp peer init

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

min

F

T

F

Juniper BGP Connection Started

juniper bgp started

juniper bgp started

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGP task connect

juniper bgp task connect

juniper bgp task connect

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper card in syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card in syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper fru power on syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power on syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session up syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper Link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper Link up syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link up syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor up syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

F

F

F

0

T

clr

F

T

F

Juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

 

physical command

IManagedElement

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

 

N

IManagedElement

F

F

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F


Juniper M-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-10 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Juniper M-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-3.

Table 12-10 Juniper M-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor up syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper BGP peer init

juniper bgp peer init

juniper bgp peer init

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

min

F

T

F

Juniper BGP Connection Started

juniper bgp started

juniper bgp started

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGP task connect

juniper bgp task connect

juniper bgp task connect

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper card in syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card in syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper fru power on syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power on syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session up syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper Link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper Link up syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link up syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor up syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

F

F

F

0

T

clr

F

T

F

Juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

 

physical command

IManagedElement

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

 

N

IManagedElement

F

F

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F


Juniper MX-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-11 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Juniper MX-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-4.

Table 12-11 Juniper MX-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Juniper BGP neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGPneighbor up syslog

juniper bgp neighbor down syslog

juniper bgp neighbor up syslog

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper BGP peer init

juniper bgp peer init

juniper bgp peer init

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

juniper bgp reset

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

min

F

T

F

Juniper BGP Connection Started

juniper bgp started

juniper bgp started

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper BGP task connect

juniper bgp task connect

juniper bgp task connect

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper bgp timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

juniper bgp traffic timeout

 

bgp neighbours

IMpBgp

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card out syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper card in syslog

juniper card out syslog

juniper card in syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper fru power on syslog

juniper fru power off syslog

juniper fru power on syslog

 

card status

IModule

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper LDP neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP neighbor up syslog

juniper ldp neighbor down syslog

juniper ldp neighbor up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper LDP session up syslog

juniper ldp session down syslog

juniper ldp session up syslog

 

mpls interfaces, label switching table, mpls-ldp-peers

ILse

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

F

Juniper Link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link down syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

T

Juniper Link up syslog

juniper link down syslog

juniper link up syslog

 

ip interface oper status

IPhysicalLayer

F

F

F

0

F

clr

F

T

T

Juniper OSPF neighbor down syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

T

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper OSPF neighbor up syslog

juniper ospf neighbor syslog

juniper ospf neighbor up syslog

 

N

IIPInterface

F

F

F

0

T

clr

F

T

F

Juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

juniper fru offline syslog

 

physical command

IManagedElement

F

T

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F

Juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

juniper fru reset

 

N

IManagedElement

F

F

F

0

T

maj

F

T

F


Juniper T-Series Syslogs Registry Parameters

Juniper T-Series Syslogs Registery Parameters supported in Prime Network is the same as the Juniper M-Series Syslogs Register Parameters. For more details on the Juniper M-Series Syslogs see Table 12-10

RAD ACE Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-12 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the RAD ACE Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-5.

Table 12-12 RAD ACE Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Generic syslog

generic syslog

generic syslog

 

N

IManagedElement

F

F

F

0

F

info

F

T

F


Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-13 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-6.

Table 12-13 Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Stp port status syslog

Stp Port Status change syslog

Stp Port Status change syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F

Sys gbic removed syslog

GBIC status syslog

GBIC removed syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F

Sys gbic inserted syslog

GBIC status syslog

GBIC inserted syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F


Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs Registry Parameters

Table 12-14 lists the associated event types, event subtypes, and Prime Network registry parameters for the Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs Registry Parameters shown in Table 12-7.

Table 12-14 Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Syslogs Registry Parameters  

Short
Description
Event Type
Event
Subtype
Subtype
Value
Expedites
Polling
Event Source
(IMO Name)
Activate Flow
Correlate
Is Correlation
Allowed
Weight
Auto Clear
Severity
Is Ticketable
Auto Remove
Flapping

Stp port status syslog

Stp Port Status change syslog

Stp Port Status change syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F

Sys gbic removed syslog

GBIC status syslog

GBIC removed syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F

Sys gbic inserted syslog

GBIC status syslog

GBIC inserted syslog

     

F

T

F

0

T

info

F

T

F