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debug traffic being denied from a specific IP address or protocol

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I will not claim to be a cisco guy, I know enough to telnet in and make minor changes to access lists.  We recently went through a conversion on some software and the vendor is telling me that we may be blocking some UDP ports.  So how do I set up a debug session from a particular ip address to monitor traffic coming from 10.x.x.x and send the results to my syslog server.  Obviously I don't want to use the debug all command.
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Don Johnston earned 500 total points
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Use an access-list.

access-list 1 permit host 10.1.2.3

debug ip packet detail 1

This will limit the debug output to traffic from 10.1.2.3

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is there a way to send this debug to a seperate syslog server ip address?

This is just the solution I was looking for.
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Unfortunately, there's no way to send some debug traffic to one syslog server. All logged output will go to whatever syslog server is defined.
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