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PIX Configuration

Greetings

My name is Kledi.

I have a PIX 515e Running on 7.0 IOS.

I'm managing it form Cisco ASDM 5.0 and I want to enable saving of buffer content throught FTP Server before it is overwritten. I have tried to do this at the Logging Setup submenu, at properties Configuration. All buffer will be sent to a windows PC running FTP Server. All my tries have not succeded.

Could you please help me

Thanks

Kledi

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Re: PIX Configuration

no problem - plz rate posts if you find them useful (not just mine!)

Andrew.

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Re: PIX Configuration

Hi,

Not exactly sure how to do this in asdm, but via the CLI it's quite straightforward:

1) logging enable

2) logging buffered

3) logging ftp-server 1.2.3.4 / username password

4) logging ftp-bufferwrap

This'll send the logs to a ftp-server with IP 1.2.3.4 into the root directory everytime the log buffer wraps (every 4KB by default).

HTH

Andrew.

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Re: PIX Configuration

Thanks

It works. Just, when it commes to step 2) logging buffered, it asks for the type of messages you want to send to the ftp-server. So it goes like this:

logging buffered Warnings (or emergencies, debug, etc)

there are 8 levels.

Is there anyway to select them all?

I tried entering just "logging buffered" but it says that this is an incomplete command.

Regards

Kledi

Re: PIX Configuration

Hi,

You're right - you need "logging buffered debug"

This logs everything (level 7 and less) - whatever you select includes that level and all the levels below.

HTH

Andrew.

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Re: PIX Configuration

Thanks for your help.

Kledi

Re: PIX Configuration

no problem - plz rate posts if you find them useful (not just mine!)

Andrew.

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