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Logging ACL on 3560 switch

I am trying to log to a syslog server ACL deny.

Extended IP access list wireless

10 deny tcp any eq 3389 log-input

20 deny tcp any host eq www log-input

30 permit ip any any log-input (42 matches)

Syslog logging: enabled (0 messages dropped, 2 messages rate-limited, 9 flushes, 0 overruns, xml disabled, filtering disabled)

Console logging: disabled

Monitor logging: disabled

Buffer logging: level informational, 26 messages logged, xml disabled,

filtering disabled

Exception Logging: size (4096 bytes)

Count and timestamp logging messages: disabled

File logging: disabled

Trap logging: level informational, 8045 message lines logged

Logging to, 126 message lines logged, xml disabled,

filtering disabled

It will log some of the allow acl but now deny. Any ideas what is going on? It logs everything else fine.


Re: Logging ACL on 3560 switch

off the top, i don't see any packet (matches) for the deny statements.

i do see 42 (matches) for the allow statement and you say these are being logged. this is fine.

are the deny statements actually seeing the packets and denying them? if not, they will not be logged.

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Re: Logging ACL on 3560 switch

Well the list work thats all I know. I can remove and apply the list to the interface and it works works how it should.

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Re: Logging ACL on 3560 switch


I agree with Greg. What you have posted does not show any hits in the access list on the deny statements. And therefore there will be no syslog messages generated from the deny statements so far.

You state that the access list works and I can not argue with that. But are you sure that there has been traffic that would hit the deny statements?