show log

i want to know more about sh log command used in router..I am using this command to know about "What terminal line i am logging in to"..But i want to know whteher any troubleshooting will be used in real lab exam using this command.And also can you give me brief explanation in console, monitor logging..

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  • you use sh logg cmd mainly to check whether logging is enabled for your terminal or console.

    cmd: who gives to which line you logged in with an asterisk before the line.

    In real lab to see debugs you generally never use sh logg command to see debugs.

    Refer to Cisco command reference on cisco website for more info, since it is fairly basic and self explanatory.

    Rahm

     

  • Good response, Rahm.

    "show log" is typically used in production environment where logging is not displayed on the console.  Turn on your debugs, issue a "term mon," and watch the lines of gobbly goodness take over your terminal.  ;)


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    On Aug 26, 2012, at 4:31 AM, Rahm <[email protected]> wrote:
    you use sh logg cmd mainly to check whether logging is enabled for your terminal or console. cmd: who gives to which line you logged in with an asterisk before the line. In real lab to see debugs you generally never use sh logg command to see debugs. Refer to Cisco command reference on cisco website for more info, since it is fairly basic and self explanatory. Rahm


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