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How can I stop the scrolling debug on a Cisco PIX?

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Hi,

How can I stop the scrolling debug on a Cisco 515E PIX?

I know on a Cisco router I can type   <ctrl> ^   or <ctrl>  (shift 6)   and then type in undebug all at the prompt..

Thanks,

Anthony
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At the enable prompt type

no logging console level

to disable all console logging. or to disable a single level

no logging monitor debug

Paul
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The sequence is the same. but the native sequence would disconnect your session.
The best option would be to enable debug for a particular group.

debug packet inside src <source addr> dst <destination addr> proto udp both

hope this helps

ren
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