What will happen if you configure the logging trap debug command on a router?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D.
The logging trap command is used to specify which severity levels of syslog messages should be sent to the syslog server. The severity levels range from 0 (Emergency) to 7 (Debugging), with 7 being the lowest severity level.
When the logging trap debug command is configured on a router, it will cause the router to send all syslog messages with a severity level of Debugging (level 7) to the syslog server. This includes messages related to debugging, tracing, and troubleshooting.
It is important to note that Debugging messages are typically only used for troubleshooting purposes and can generate a large amount of syslog traffic. Therefore, it is generally not recommended to enable this level of logging on a production router unless specifically required for troubleshooting purposes.
Option A is incorrect because the logging trap debug command specifically enables the logging of Debugging messages, which are lower severity messages.
Option B is incorrect because it includes the severity levels Warning, Error, Critical, and Emergency, but not Debugging.
Option C is incorrect because the logging trap command alone does not enable the logging of Debugging messages.
Option D is incorrect because the logging trap debug command specifically enables the logging of Debugging messages, rather than disabling logging altogether.