Without any other options to the ACE log command, the ACe log (if it denies a connection) will issue a 106100 log message at the default level of 6 (informational). If you only have "logging trap" set to warning level (level 4) then you won't see these ACE log messages, just like you wouldn't see any other level 6 or 7 messages.
To have them sent to your syslog server you need to set trap level logging to 6.
SO i understand there is no interaction between the two and that i would have to have global trap at 6 ...so then why would i have to do an ACE logging cos the global trap 6 would anyways send the same to destination syslog if configured.
In summary what is the benfit of ACE logging Vs global logging
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