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Cisco Command to View Level 4 Logging

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Hello Experts,

I have a Cisco 1760 router that I turned on logging to a syslog server. I am using Kiwi Syslog Server. I received an email alert that shows that there was 1 incident logged as Warning. My questions is how do I go about viewing what the Level 4 Warning was on my router? I looked in the Kiwi Syslog server but don't know if it keeps the logs and how to view them other than what is coming in at real-time.
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by:xyznetworks
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conf t
log buffer 64000 (this can be increased)

The logs are then kept in router memory

You can then view them by sh log

Is this what you needed?
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by:lomejordeesto
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Is the router saving the logs on the router too?? If so you can do a show log. I have used kiwi syslog some time ago and it keeps all the information not only show in real time. It has a database with all that info saved, but I don't remember how to access it.
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by:katredrum
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I think ill look for the database. The free version of Kiwi may not have it. At least it's a start to look.
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Ernie Beek earned 2000 total points
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Hi katredrum,

Getting on with the logging, eh ;)

If you go to File->setup there is the option rules. Under rules->default->actions the should be an option 'log to file'. Here you can view/change the path/name of the log file.

Good luck.
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by:katredrum
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Cool, I found it! I don't know why there isn't an easier way to access the log file. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
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by:Ernie Beek
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Glad I could help again :)
And thank you for the points.
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