I'm updating my logging lists and would like to know if there is a list of syslog messages by event class (I found the list by severity level). If not, is there some way to identify the class by looking at the syslog message number?
I understand typical usage, but what if you don't know what class an individual message would fall under? I can make a good guess at most, but I'd rather be certain. This is what I cannot find in the Cisco documentation nor in 3rd party published material.
Another example: I want to receieve emails for threat detection messages (733100 - 733105). Because I'm not sure what class these are in (I'd guess IPS) I have to add them individually to my email logging list. It'd be a heck of a lot easier to add the entire class that they belong to.
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