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Hello community,

I want debug mint but when I running : logging monitor debugging in addition I see all event-history and it's very annoying because I have a huge amout of wireless clients.
Any way to see in ssh the only relevant info when runnung debug ?

Thanks,

Aviv

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Userlevel 2
Hi Aviv,

What we can try is disable logging console, this will reduce the console level messages when you run show logging.

#self
#no logging console

Regards,
JD
Userlevel 2
Hello Jian Dong Chong,

I still receiving all DOT11 messages, huge amount of them.

Regards,

Aviv
Userlevel 2
Hi Aviv,

Can you share with me the output of below,

#show logging
Logging module: enabled
Aggregation time: disabled
Console logging: disabled
Monitor logging: disabled
Buffered logging: disabled
Syslog logging: level warnings
Facility: local7

#show debugging

Regards,
JD
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Hello Jian Dong Chong,

VC#show debugging
Mint:
ping debug is on
routing debug is on
spf debug is on
traceroute debug is on
staticarp debug is on
dpimetadata debug is on

VC#show logging

Logging module: enabled
Aggregation time: 60 seconds
Console logging: level warnings
Monitor logging: level debugging
Buffered logging: level warnings
Syslog logging: level warnings
Facility: local7

Log Buffer (48027 bytes):

....%DOT11-6-WPA_WPA2_SUCCESS:....
....mint_routing.c:6538 flood_csnp_now....
....%DOT11-6-WPA_WPA2_SUCCESS:....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_ASSOCIATED:....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_INFO:....
....%DOT11-6-WPA_WPA2_SUCCESS:....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_ASSOCIATED:....
.....mint_routing.c:6308 flood_csnp....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_INFO:....
....mint_routing.c:4675 check_dataplane_hello....
....%DOT11-6-WPA_WPA2_SUCCESS:....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_ASSOCIATED:....
....%DOT11-6-CLIENT_INFO:....

bla bla bla

very annoying all these DOT11 messages...

Can I filter them out ?

Regards,

Aviv
Userlevel 2
Hi Aviv,

Is this a Virtual Controller deployment environment ?

Can check DOT11 messages is coming from which AP ?

And on that AP, check Buffered logging is level warnings or others level.

Regards,
JD
Userlevel 2
Hello JD,

It's a vc deployment.

I know from wich AP messages are coming and it's OK.
Buffered logging is on level warnings.

Regards,

Aviv
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Hello,
Not received any solving suggestions about it.Help please
Thanks,
Aviv
Userlevel 7
Aviv Kedem wrote:

Hello,
Not received any solving suggestions about it.Help please
Thanks,
Aviv

Hi Aviv,
If you're not getting the answers you're expecting from the community, please open a case with GTAC.
Userlevel 2
Aviv Kedem wrote:

Hello,
Not received any solving suggestions about it.Help please
Thanks,
Aviv

Hello Drew,
Thanks

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