Denied packets on a Cisco 5520

Posted on 2009-02-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
How can I identify which access-list is deniying traffic on a Cisco ASA 5520?Is there a way, a program?
Question by:patslaiby
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    Have you taken a look at the event log on the 5520? It should be able to point you in the right direction.
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    Check the syslogs of your ASA 5520 box using any of below application;

    Lire      Open-Source
    Epylog Log Analyzer      Open-Source
    SLAPS-2      Open-Source
    Sisyphus      Open-Source
    LogHound      Open-Source
    syslog-ng      Open-Source
    SysLog Manager      Propriety
    WinSyslog      Propriety
    syslog_manager      Propriety
    logserver      Propriety
    Syslog Watcher      Propriety
    tftpd3d      Propriety
    Syslog Collector      Propriety
    NetDecision LogVision      Propriety
    KiwiSysLog      Propriety
    SolarWinds      Propriety
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