Hi, I did this a bit differently and I'm have a little trouble with it.
This is what I have:
logging list SentToSyslog message 111005-111009
logging buffer-size 200000
logging console debugging
logging buffered SentToSyslog
logging trap SentToSyslog
logging history notifications
logging host dmzTransitIn 10.1.1.24
It seems that only some of the commands entered make to the syslog server and the buffer. For example, I'll enter âsh logâ 5 times. It'll only show up in the log twice. Or another example, I'll enter âssh timeout 45â then immediately afterward, I'll enter âssh timeout 47â. The log will only show either the âssh timeout 45â or the âssh timeout 47â and which one is completely random.
Also, it appears to be really slow logging to the buffer when it does work.
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