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show audit-trail

show audit-trail [history | login <number>| <number>]

Description

Show the controller’s audit trail log.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

Range

history

Shows audit trail history log.

login <number>

Starts displaying the log output from the specified number of lines from the end of the login or logout log.

1–65535

<number>

Starts displaying the log output from the specified number of lines from the end of the log.

1–65535

Example

By default, the audit trail feature is enabled for all commands in configuration mode. The example below shows the most recent ten audit log entries for the managed device.

(host) [mynode] #show audit-trail 10

Feb 5 06:13:17 cli[1239]: USER: admin has logged in from 10.240.16.118.

Feb 5 06:20:13 cli[1239]: USER: admin connected from 10.240.16.118 has logged out.

Feb 5 06:24:37 cli[1239]: USER: admin has logged in from 10.240.16.118.

Feb 5 06:37:01 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "mp-only" no vap-enable > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 06:37:14 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "mp-a-only" no vap-enable > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 06:37:20 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "default" no vap-enable > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 06:37:29 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "mpp-a-only" no vap-enable > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 06:46:10 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<interface gigabitethernet "1/2" port monitor igigabitethernet "1/1" > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 06:57:44 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<ap system-profile "default" heartbeat-dscp 12 > -- command executed successfully

Feb 5 07:05:48 cli[1239]: USER:admin@10.3.129.250 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "mp-a-only" vap-enable > -- command executed successfully

The example below displays international characters added in the ESSIDExtended Service Set Identifier. ESSID refers to the ID used for identifying an extended service set., in unicode format.

(host) [mynode] #show audit-trail 3

Jun 7 00:30:51 profmgr[5755]: USER:admin@10.1.4.102 NODE:"/md" COMMAND:<wlan ssid-profile chineseSSIDProfile> -- command executed successfully

Jun 7 00:31:36 profmgr[5755]: USER:admin@10.1.4.102 NODE:"/md" COMMAND:<wlan ssid-profile chineseSSIDProfile> -- command executed successfully

Jun 7 00:31:36 profmgr[5755]: USER:admin@10.1.4.102 NODE:"/md" COMMAND:<wlan ssid-profile chineseSSIDProfile essid \u4e2d\u6587\u65e0\u7ebf\u7f51> -- command executed successfully

Related Commands

Command

Description

audit-trail

Enable or disable the audit trail feature using the command.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.4.0.0

The output displayed international characters in the ESSIDExtended Service Set Identifier. ESSID refers to the ID used for identifying an extended service set., in unicode format.

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Enable and Config mode on Mobility Master.

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