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Pager line change ???

I saw this for the first time in Ciscoworks Notification log for my PIX. I know what the command is used for but where is this coming from and why?

ser 'enable_15' executed the 'disable' command. *

2. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 502103 User priv level changed: Uname: enable_1 From: 15 To: 1 *

3. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111008 User 'enable_15' executed the 'pager lines 24' command. *

4. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111005 console end configuration: OK *

5. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111008 User 'enable_15' executed the 'no pager' command. *

6. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111008 User 'enable_15' executed the 'configure t' command. *

7. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111007 Begin configuration: console reading from terminal *

8. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111008 User 'enable_15' executed the 'pager lines 24' command. *

9. PIX1 204.253.220.XX Jan 27 2006 00:32:02 PIX 5 111005 console end configuration: OK

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Re: Pager line change ???

See if this URL helps.. according to this, there is a valid config change executed by the user.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_system_message_guide_chapter09186a008051a0cd.html#wp1053004

what is the IP address on the error messages ? a valid one ??

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Raj

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Re: Pager line change ???

The problem is, I did not login and make any changes. No one else has access to this PIX. Am I getting hacked?

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