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Logging access-list hit counts

Posted on 2007-11-16
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i have an ASA 5510 and i have an access-list  on my inside interface denying all outgoing traffic on tcp port 135. the log option is enabled on the access-list and i have a syslog server configured for the ASA with logging level critical. i have a lot of output on the syslog server but none pointing to the access-list even though i have high hitcounts on the access-list. what am i doing wrong?  
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Critial is too "low" of a level to see these, unless you have specifically logged them as such.  Try:

logging trap warning
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Off  topic - welcome back Voltz - you've been missed :)
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