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logging with different source int?

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we have a core switch with 3 different vlans. I need to monitor all of these via syslog. I also need to monitor 3/22 because an ELAN terminates there. However, when I do a logging-source int, I only get the option to choose from one vlan. is it possible to log from more than one?

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The logging source interface command specifies which IP address (from the interface) to source the syslog UDP packet from.  It doesn't dictate which interface is logged.
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