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what's the CLI command to examine the Events Log on a 582n?

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bravoecho75
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what's the CLI command to examine the Events Log on a 582n?

Looking at older forum entries, it appears that the router log contains a longer history than that present by the web interface.  I've had a look at the CLI command list, and the appropriate command isn't leaping out at me.  Can someone point me in the right direction?

 

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pvmb
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Re: what's the CLI command to examine the Events Log on a 582n?

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Yes. It's: syslog msgbuf show

I'm not sure if this shows any more than you would see in the web version. Perhaps you can set parameters to display more or even direct to an external syslog server, should you have one.

bravoecho75
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Re: what's the CLI command to examine the Events Log on a 582n?

That did the trick, and there was much more than I could see via the web interface,  May investigate full syslog capability at some point.

 

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