log BGP state changes

Marc Teichtahl marct at layerthree.com
Thu Jan 7 10:46:05 UTC 1999

The best to do this is via SNMP trap...but I could be wrong



Marc Teichtahl
Network Engineer

Global Network Consultancy

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marct at layerthree.com

On Thu, 7 Jan 1999, Jon Mansey wrote:

->I hope this is on topic (-: "How can I make my router....."
->I would like my routers to log to syslogd everytime a BGP session changes
->state. Is there a way to set logging to report this?
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