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help for debug command

hi,

i want view how an access-list don't work properly but i want solve myself this problem.

I want use "debug IP packet detailed" for debug packet, but when i digit

Router#debug ip packet

i recive

IP packet debugging is on

how do i make to show debug?

thank in advantage.

regards

daniele

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Cisco Employee

Re: help for debug command

Hi Friend,

Not that I know off!! AFAIK only standard, extended access and expanded access list can be specified.

But you can use "term mon" to view any debugs on telnet session.

HTH

Ankur

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Cisco Employee

Re: help for debug command

Hi Daniele,

If this is a telnet session then you need to enable "term mon" on enable prompt

Router#terminal monitor

Also I will recommend not to use debug ip packet as it may affect router CPU , I will suggest if you just want to troubleshoot an access list using debug command use "debug ip packet detail " and this will give you debug packets only for those specific ACLS and not all ip packets.

HTH

Ankur

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New Member

Re: help for debug command

Hi, thank you for your reply.

I've a named access-list, can i debug it?

i see that i can specify only access-list number

Cisco Employee

Re: help for debug command

Hi Friend,

Not that I know off!! AFAIK only standard, extended access and expanded access list can be specified.

But you can use "term mon" to view any debugs on telnet session.

HTH

Ankur

*Pls rate all helpfull post

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