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Complete list of syslog Event ID's

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Does anyone have a link for a complete list of pix syslog event ID's?  Right now I can see all the web traffic through the proxy, but I need to see traffic that is being denied as well as succesful connections from the outside in.  I am familiar with enabling the logging of specific events, but I am not sure which ones I need.

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Sunny
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oh, and to get everything, you have to enable informational logging of your traffic on your PIX..

logging on
logging trap informational
logging host inside 192.168.1.1   (syslog logs get send to: )
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I tried going to eventid.net before , but if you leave the search field blank...all the explanations come up however the event ID's do not.
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I guess I'll set the logging to informational and disable logging on the events that I don't need.  Thanks for your quick response Yan!
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