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Help with ASA logging

Hello,

I'm on the ASDM of a 5510 and the logging with in the ASDM is currently set just right, but when I go into the console via SSH and use "term mon" I don't get this logging showing up.

Here are the settings:

logging enable

logging buffer-size 200000

logging console errors

logging monitor critical

logging buffered critical

logging asdm errors

As you can see I have set the ASDM and console to the same level.  Currently in the ASDM I can see a user getting denied access to a device, but in the console view I dont get that, which I woudl like.

Thanks

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Re: Help with ASA logging

Andy,

Using "term mon" duing Telnet or SSH sessions will show logs based on the 'logging monitor ' command, not the 'logging console ' command.

If you want to see the same errors you are seeing via ASDM, you can use the command 'logging monitor errors'.

Here's a Cisco doc on that command:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/security/asa/asa84/command/reference/l2.html#wp1796033

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New Member

Re: Help with ASA logging

Andy,

Using "term mon" duing Telnet or SSH sessions will show logs based on the 'logging monitor ' command, not the 'logging console ' command.

If you want to see the same errors you are seeing via ASDM, you can use the command 'logging monitor errors'.

Here's a Cisco doc on that command:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/security/asa/asa84/command/reference/l2.html#wp1796033

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Help with ASA logging

Many thanks!

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