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DEBUGGING BY A TELNET CONECTION (CISCO 1600)

Hello,

  I have a conection (ISDN Router Cisco 800 and Cisco 1600)
I have the Cisco 800 conected to my pc, and I can see the console mode messages with the cable console.
 I need to see the debug messages of the Cisco 1600 (this router is in the remote office)
 This is possible?

 Thank you
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javierca
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javierca
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lrmooreCommented:
Yes,
at a telnet session, use the command:

router#term mon
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badroxCommented:
You could setup logging on the 1600.  If you don't have a *nix machine handy grab a freeware syslog daemon for windows and then configure logging on the cisco.

router(config)# logging your.ip.address.here
router(config)# logging facility local5
router(config)# logging on
router# debug ? (to set debug on whatever it is your looking for)

Works great without debug also to just track when config changes happen, interface up/down, etc.

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lrmooreCommented:
Are you still working on this? Do you need more information?

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lrmooreCommented:
You don't need logging on to debug, therefore that information is irrelevent to the question
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