I've done that. But the question is how can I see the actuall log and the messages. Sh log shows me the log configuration. If you look at the sh log output, it says there are 22 messages logged into buffer. How can I see them? What is the purpose of logging to the buffer, if I can't see the log?
Everything was configured correctly. However, there was not traffic or events to be logged. I did not turn on the actual debug itself, and the system was functioning just fine by itself. Therefore, there was nothing to log.
Once I turned on different debugings, log just started piling up.
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