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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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View Logs

View Logs


Logs are displayed in a log list. You can view logs of a specified type and delete logs.


  • Viewing logs
    1. Choose System Management > Log Management > View Logs.As shown in Figure 17-13.

      Figure 17-13  View logs

    2. Select Module or Level from the Search item drop-down list box, and select the log module or level from the subsequent drop-down list box.

      • The registered module varies depending on devices. Module displays the module names of all the received logs, as shown in Figure 17-14.
        Figure 17-14  Log browsing page

        To check logs of a specified module, you can enter the module name in this drop-down list box. Fuzzy search is supported. For example, you can enter net to check logs of all modules whose name contains net and NET.

      • Table 17-4 describes log levels.

        Table 17-4  Log levels




        A fault causes the device to fail to run normally unless it is restarted. For example, the device is restarted because of program exceptions or a memory error is detected.


        A fault needs to be rectified immediately. For example, memory usage of the system reaches the upper limit.


        A fault needs to be analyzed and processed. For example, the memory usage falls below the lower threshold; temperature falls below the alarm threshold; BFD detects that a device is unreachable or detects locally generated error messages.


        An improper operation is performed or exceptions occur during service processing. The fault does not affect services but needs to be analyzed. For example, users enter incorrect commands or passwords; error protocol packets are received from other devices.


        Some events or operations may affect device running or cause service processing faults, which requires full attention. For example, a routing process is disabled; BFD detects packet loss; error protocol packets are detected.


        A key operation is performed to keep the device running normally. For example, the shutdown command is run; a neighbor is discovered; protocol status changes.


        A normal operation is performed. For example, the display commands are run.


        A routine operation is performed, and no action is required.

    3. Click Search.

      Logs of the specified level are displayed in the log list. Table 17-5 describes parameters in the log list.

      Table 17-5  Parameters in the log list




      Log time.


      Log level.


      Module where a log is generated.


      Brief information about a log.


      Contents of a log.


      Operation that the system allows on a log.

      To view complete information about a log, click Details. The log details can be copied.

  • Clearing logs
    1. Choose System Management > Log Management > View Logs.
    2. Click Clear.
    3. In the Information dialog box, click OK.

      ALL Logs are deleted from the log list.

Updated: 2019-04-12

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