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Debug output to ssh

OK maybe i'm stupid, but I can't seem to get my debug to output to ssh. I have entered logging on, logging monitor and the appropriate debug commands but nothing has been sent to the ssh session. What the heck??

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Re: Debug output to ssh

If you are using 6.x code, debug output is not sent as syslogs. However, if you are using 7.x code, you can use following commands to send debug outputs to your syslogs-

logging list dbgmsg message 711001

logging terminal dbgmsg

logging debug-trace

logging enable

Now, if we enable "debug icmp trace", debug output will be sent to your terminal screen as a syslog message. We can configure PIX similarly to send the debug outputs to

a syslog server.

Notes:

Syslog 711001 is where all debugs are sent when the 'logging debug-trace' option is enabled.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Vibhor.

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