A network administrator enters the following command on a router: logging trap 3. What are three message types that will be sent to the Syslog server? (Choose three.)
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The command "logging trap 3" is used to set the severity level for messages that will be sent to the Syslog server. The severity levels range from 0 (emergency) to 7 (debugging), with 3 being the default level.
The severity level of a message is indicated by a number in the message header. When a message is sent to the Syslog server, the severity level is evaluated against the configured logging trap level. If the severity level of the message is equal to or greater than the configured level, the message is sent to the Syslog server.
In this case, the logging trap level is set to 3, which means that messages with severity levels of 0 (emergency), 1 (alert), 2 (critical), 3 (error), and 4 (warning) will be sent to the Syslog server. Messages with severity levels of 5 (notification), 6 (informational), and 7 (debugging) will not be sent to the Syslog server.
Therefore, the three message types that will be sent to the Syslog server with the "logging trap 3" command are:
Note that while the answer options include some of the message types that are allowed with a logging trap level of 3, they are not the three that are guaranteed to be sent. The three correct options are those that correspond to severity levels 0, 1, and 2.