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connecting to PIX 515e to configure

I have a PIX 515e that I'm having problems connecting to. We recently changed our network IPs. I believe there are a couple of configuration changes that I need to make to connect via the ASDM or to telnet. So I'd like to connect via the console to make the changes. However, there are tons of "log" info scrolling by which is preventing me from doing anything. Can I stop the logging?

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: connecting to PIX 515e to configure

Hi

From enable mode you need to enter

** Edit - sorry, that should be from config mode **

"no logging console"

Just in case someone has left debugging on

"no debug all"

HTH

Jon

Silver

Re: connecting to PIX 515e to configure

I agree with Jon. However, sometimes traffic could be so high that you wont be able to input those commands from the console. PIX would not be able to process them. If this happens, you may have to unplug the network cables so that logs are reduced to almost zero and then try commands Jon suggested from the confg mode at console screen-

no logging console

Regards,

Vibhor.

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: connecting to PIX 515e to configure

Hi

From enable mode you need to enter

** Edit - sorry, that should be from config mode **

"no logging console"

Just in case someone has left debugging on

"no debug all"

HTH

Jon

Silver

Re: connecting to PIX 515e to configure

I agree with Jon. However, sometimes traffic could be so high that you wont be able to input those commands from the console. PIX would not be able to process them. If this happens, you may have to unplug the network cables so that logs are reduced to almost zero and then try commands Jon suggested from the confg mode at console screen-

no logging console

Regards,

Vibhor.

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