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Turn logging on for routers?

I'm trying to turn on logging on our Cisco 837 ADSL routers to populate my syslog server. I have set these up as LAN-to-LAN's which connect to our Cisco 3000 concentrator. I have added the code below to the routers config, but the only time my syslog server will receive anything is when I log off the router via telnet. I want any loggins via telnet logged or login failures logged, what do I need to do?

logging trap debugging

logging facility local4

logging source-interface Ethernet0

logging 192.168.0.1

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VIP Purple

Re: Turn logging on for routers?

Hello,

which syslog server are you using ? Try another facility, e.g. local1...

Regards,

GP

New Member

Re: Turn logging on for routers?

I'm using local4

New Member

Re: Turn logging on for routers?

I just tried local 1 and it made no difference, the syslog server is made by Orion Solarwinds (7.7) But it does the same with other syslog server, that's just recieving what the router sends to it.

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