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wt does this log mean ?

Aug 20 00:40:13.086: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list telnet permitted tcp x.x.x.x(62488) -> 0.0.0.0(23), 1 packet

this meassage occures frequently

note that the ip x.x.x.x  is a subinterface in the same router !!!!!!!!

wt does this log mean??

regards

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New Member

wt does this log mean ?

sorry for miskate  , the ip x.x.x.x is not an ip put on a router interface , it just like a host .

New Member

Re: wt does this log mean ?

Hi,

This is an access list logging which tells that a packet from the source xx matched an access list entry with a log-input option configured at the end if the entry.

Example:

Access-list 101 permit ip host x.x.x.x any log-input

Let me know if any questions

Tareq

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New Member

wt does this log mean ?

Hi,

can you pls suggest how to disable the message

Purple

wt does this log mean ?

Hi,

just remove the log keyword from the ACL statement  or send the logs to the buffer or syslog server while disabling them on the console.

Regards.

Alain

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