Remove syslog server profile via CLI

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Remove syslog server profile via CLI

Hi all,

I have a simple question and it is as follows:

How do I remove a syslog server profile using the CLI?

I would have thought it would be something like

> delete shared server-profile 'syslog (server profile name)'

but all I get in that command is the options for the other server-profiles like RADIUS, LDAP.

I've tried using the find command and CLI guide but I'm not having much luck, is anyone able to point me in the right direction?

thanks,

Ben

L3 Networker

Re: Remove syslog server profile via CLI

Hi,

it should be in configure mode:

delete shared log-settings syslog <profile name>

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