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Configuration Guide - Device Management

CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E V200R005C10

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, Information Center Configuration, NTP, Synchronous Ethernet Configuration, Fault Management Configuration, Energy-Saving Management Configuration, Performance Management Configuration, Maintenance Assistant Configuration, and OPS Configuration.
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Information Output

Information Output

Information generated by the device can be output to the remote terminal, console, log buffer, log file, and SNMP agent. To output information in different directions, 10 information channels are defined for the information center. These channels work independently from one another. You can configure output rules so that information is output through different channels in different directions based on information type and severity level, as shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1 Information center

By default, logs, traps, and debugging messages are output from default channels. You can change channel names or relationships between channels and output directions as required. For example, channel 6 is named user1 and is used to send information to the log host. The information sent to the log host is output from channel 6 instead of channel 2.

Table 3-3 lists relationships between default channels and output directions.

Table 3-3 Relationship between default channels and output directions

Channel Number

Default Channel Name

Output Direction

Description

0

Console

Console

Outputs logs, traps, and debugging messages to the local console.

1

Monitor

Remote terminal

Outputs logs, traps, and debugging messages to the VTY terminal for remote maintenance.

2

loghost

Log host

Outputs logs and traps, but cannot receive debugging messages. The information is saved to the log host as a file for easy reference.

You can configure SSL policies on the switch to ensure security of logs sent to log hosts.

3

trapbuffer

Trap buffer

Outputs traps, but cannot receive logs and debugging messages.

4

logbuffer

Log buffer

Outputs logs, but cannot receive traps and debugging messages.

5

snmpagent

SNMP agent

Outputs traps, but cannot receive logs and debugging messages.

6

channel6

Unspecified

Reserved. You can specify an output destination for this channel.

7

channel7

Unspecified

Reserved. You can specify an output destination for this channel.

8

channel8

Unspecified

Reserved. You can specify an output destination for this channel.

9

channel9

Logfile

Outputs logs and traps, but cannot receive debugging messages.

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