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Outbound Traffic Logging without Websense

We have an urgent need to log traffic to see who is going to a particular website. What I need is, what internal IP address is going to a specific external IP address at a specific time. I know I can get this info by doing a "Show Connections", but that just lists current info. can I send this info to a syslog server?


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Re: Outbound Traffic Logging without Websense

I guess I found my own answer. At least AN answer. I am sending level 6 logging to our syslog server. Seems like a lot of message to log, but I couldn't think of another way to do it. Is there another way?

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Re: Outbound Traffic Logging without Websense

You can get this info from a syslog server. You need to have the http fixup enabled and then you will get the following syslog message when someone opens an http connection:

%PIX-5-304001: user source_address Accessed {JAVA URL|URL} dest_address: url.

As you can see it is a level 5 syslog message but if you have 6.3 you can change the level to a lower level if you are not logging at that high of severity.

Hope this helps...


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