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How do I stop all logging done by the router

Although you probably don't ever want to stop all router's logging activities (at the very minimum you should collect the messages in a memory buffer with the logging buffered command), the global configuration command to do it is no logging on.

Note: this article is part of You've asked for it series.

1 comment:

  1. Not quite true. With no logging on, you can turn off all other logging options, but the router will still send logging message to the console.


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