Hey all, first off I'd like to thank this great community. I've probably asked most of the new guy questions, and hope to begin to contribute back one day.
I'd like to know, I want the ASA to use a syslog server but I must be able to setup this syslog server onto Debian. I've read that Linux distros use syslog as a standard for it's log files so I maybe able to tap into this but I do particularly wish to have either a separate syslog server or a separate syslog log. What is the common setup practice? (Will help my Google searching)
Ok, what I have managed to do is figure out how to setup the linux server and the cisco asa5510. On the Linux side I have made changed to the /etc/init.d/sysklogd and /etc/syslog.conf. In sysklogd I couldn't find a line SYSLOGD="" so I just inserted a value that it mentions to me SYSLOGD="-r -m0". In the syslog.conf file I have added the following line 'local7.* /var/log/asa5510.log'. Then I restarted the /etc/init.d/sysklogd restart. Now I have the log file being created but nothing is being stored. Probably because I couldn't find the SYSLOGD="" line in the previous file. That and when I chose a facility code 'LOCAL7(23)'. But the example game me local7.* does case sensitivity make this not work? or the ()'s and it's value need to be included?
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I am currently unable to specify "crypto keyring" command when configuring VPN connection on my cisco 2901 router.
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