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Cisco UC520 Random Reboot

Posted on 2009-07-14
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hi i have had my cisco uc520 randomly reboot a few times this month. Is their a log file i can view through putty to determine why it rebooted?
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Anytime your UC520 reboots it flushes it's logs. You need to log out to a syslog server.

Download the free kiwi syslog server and then configure the UC for logging.

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