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setting up logging on a ASA5505

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I am trying to setup logging on my ASA 5505, I need to just log www and https, could you plaese help?
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The correct place to log this would be on your web server if that's what you're trying to log (transaction logs, connection logs, etc.).
Depending on which web server you're using, take appropriate steps to activate logging there.
The ASA syslog is really setup to inform you of errors in the ASA.
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