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syslog-level <level> {ap-debug|network|security|system|user|user-debug|wireless}



This command configures syslog facility levels. Syslog Facility is an information field associated with a syslog message.






syslog-level <level>

Configures the Syslog facility level.

You can configure any of the following logging levels:

l Emergency — Panic conditions that occur when the system becomes unusable.
l Alert — Any condition requiring immediate attention and correction.
l Critical — Any critical conditions such as a hard drive error.
l Errors —Error conditions.
l Warning — Warning messages.
l Notice — Significant events of a non-critical and normal nature. The default value for all Syslog facilities.
l Informational — Messages of general interest to system users.
l Debug — Messages containing information useful for debugging.

Emergency, Alert, Critical, Errors, Warning, Notice, Informational, Debug

ap-debug Generates a log for the AP device for debugging purposes.
network Generates a log when there is a change in the network, for example, when a new IAP is added to a network.
security Generates a log for network security, for example, when a client connects using wrong password.
system Generates a log about the system configuration and status.
user Generates a log for the IAP clients.
user-debug Generates a detailed log about the clients for debugging purposes.
wireless Generates a log about radio configuration.
no… Removes the configuration.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to configure syslog facility levels and to generate logs based on various user and IAP parameters.


The following example configures syslog facility levels for ap-debug and user-debug:

(Instant AP)(config)# syslog-level error ap-debug

(Instant AP)(config)# end

(Instant AP)# commit apply

Command History



Aruba Instant

This command is introduced.

Command Information

IAP Platform

Command Mode

All platforms

Configuration mode