Firewall Logging level identification

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Jan 3rd, 2009

i have some Firewall log IDs:

logging message 106100

logging message 106001

logging message 106002

logging message 106006

logging message 106007

logging message 106010

logging message 106012

logging message 106013

logging message 106014

logging message 106015

logging message 106016

& how can i know which logging level these IDs belong , is it informational or debugging or what ?

-is there any show command on the firewall to show me that?

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Correct Answer by JORGE RODRIGUEZ about 7 years 11 months ago

Go to this link, pick your version of code running to reference the level of severity.

Generally you will see %PIX|ASA-X at the begining of loggin message where X is the severity level from 1 to 7

106100 severity 4

106001 severity 2

106002 severity 2

106006 severity 2

106007 severity 2

106010 severity 3

106012 severity 6

106013 severity 2

106014 severity 3

106015 severity 6

106016 severity 2

•Alert Messages, Severity 1

•Critical Messages, Severity 2

•Error Messages, Severity 3

•Warning Messages, Severity 4

•Notification Messages, Severity 5

•Informational Messages, Severity 6

•Debugging Messages, Severity 7

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_system_message_guides_list.html

is there any show command on the firewall to show me that?

You have to reference the list of messages in above link, PIX/ASA will not explain the error message through cli.

Regards

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JORGE RODRIGUEZ Sat, 01/03/2009 - 17:42

Go to this link, pick your version of code running to reference the level of severity.

Generally you will see %PIX|ASA-X at the begining of loggin message where X is the severity level from 1 to 7

106100 severity 4

106001 severity 2

106002 severity 2

106006 severity 2

106007 severity 2

106010 severity 3

106012 severity 6

106013 severity 2

106014 severity 3

106015 severity 6

106016 severity 2

•Alert Messages, Severity 1

•Critical Messages, Severity 2

•Error Messages, Severity 3

•Warning Messages, Severity 4

•Notification Messages, Severity 5

•Informational Messages, Severity 6

•Debugging Messages, Severity 7

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_system_message_guides_list.html

is there any show command on the firewall to show me that?

You have to reference the list of messages in above link, PIX/ASA will not explain the error message through cli.

Regards

davidcruise Sun, 01/04/2009 - 01:13

Thanks very much for useful reply , i found what i need .

but for these four remaining log messages i can't found them

106019

302001

302007

302008

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