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1. Set up an external host machine with a system message log daemon running to receive the
audit events that will be generated.
2. On the switch where the audit configuration is enabled, enter the syslogdIpAdd command to
add the IP address of the host machine so that it can receive the audit events.
You can use IPv4, IPv6, or DNS names for the syslogdIpAdd command.
3. Ensure the network is configured with a network connection between the switch and the
4. Check the host SYSLOG configuration. If all error levels are not configured, you may not see
some of the audit messages.
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