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PIX system logs.

Does the pix log traffic in some buffer internally that I can look into or Do I need to configure logging and point it to a syslog server.

If we need to do the second part Will it affect our utilization or what percentage will it add on our utilization?

Thanks

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New Member

Re: PIX system logs.

Go to www.kiwisyslog.com and download their Syslog daemon and viewer. Install that on a PC and then configure the PIX to log to it. Make sure you spend the $70 to get the KiwiSyslog app that runs as a service (plus you get some additional beels and whistles with the full blown version).

Jeff

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Re: PIX system logs.

logging buffered syslog level

WIll allow you to log up a limited amount of data to the pix itself.

New Member

Re: PIX system logs.

Here is a cheap tool:

http://www.reportgen.com/index.htm

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