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Logging Cisco Router 827

Hi All

Can anyone suggest what I should get logged for a router that connects a webserver on the internet. And How I might implement that on IOS. I have setup a syslog daemon to run on windows so I just need to get some ideas on what I should log.

Thanks Anyway :)

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Re: Logging Cisco Router 827

Hi,

I think you should be logging every message from severtiy level 0 to 5. For that you need to enter the following commands:

- enable

- logging host a.b.c.d

- logging trap 5

Also I think you should enable the timestamp service on your router so that you can know the exact date/time, when the log was generated. Enter "service timestamps log datetime" for the same.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

AbhisheK

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Re: Logging Cisco Router 827

Hi,

I think you should be logging every message from severtiy level 0 to 5. For that you need to enter the following commands:

- enable

- logging host a.b.c.d

- logging trap 5

Also I think you should enable the timestamp service on your router so that you can know the exact date/time, when the log was generated. Enter "service timestamps log datetime" for the same.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

AbhisheK

Please rate all helpful posts!

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