CCNP Security FAQ : Syslog and the Cisco Security Appliance
Q1. What is the command for sending syslog messages to the Telnet session?
A. logging console
B. logging monitor
C. telnet logging
D. send log telnet
Q2. Which of the following is the correct command syntax to set the logging level to 5 for syslog message 403503?
A. logging message 403503 level 5
B. logging 403503 5
C. logging message 403503 5
D. logging 403503 level 5
Q3. A Cisco Security Appliance can be configured to send syslog messages to all of the following except which one?
B. Telnet session
C. Serial port
D. Syslog server
Q4. Which of the following is not an example of a severity level for syslog configuration?
Q5. What is syslogd?
A. A message type that forms the syslog services
B. A service that runs on UNIX machines
C. A hardware subcomponent that is required for syslog configuration on a PIX
D. Cisco application software
Q6. Which port does syslogd use by default?
A. UDP 512
B. TCP 514
C. TCP 512
D. UDP 514
Q7. Which of the following logging severity levels are matched up correctly?
A. Error → 4
B. Alert → 2
C. Warning → 4
D. Notification → 1
Q8. Which of the following is the highest-importance logging level?
Q9. By using which command could you view the logging setting from the command line?
A. show log setting
B. show logging
C. show syslog
D. view log
Q10. What command would you use to view logs that are in memory?
Q11. On which port does syslogd listen by default?
Q12. What is the total number of logging facilities available for Cisco Security Appliance syslog configuration?
Q13. What is the command for sending syslog messages to Telnet sessions?
Q14. For what is the logging trap command used?
Q15. What is the command used to enable logging on the failover Cisco Security Appliance unit?
Q16. Why would you use the timestamp command parameter?
Q17. What is PFSS?