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SYSLog Messages and DEBUG Messages

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Hi,

What is the difference between SYSLog Messages and DEBUG messages of a Firewall.

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Ramu
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Syslog is from logging, which is usually based on the level you set (informational, emergencies, alerts, etc.) but can also be configured based on "facility" (technology).  Logging can be directed at different types of output depending on how its configured.

Debugs are technology specific (e.g., "debug ip icmp" or "debug crypto isakmp") and only show up when you turn them on. Debugs are very helpful but care is needed because if you debug too broadly (e.g., "debug ip packet") you run a high risk if causing problems with the router.

Take a look at http://www.ciscopress.com/articles/article.asp?p=101658&seqNum=3 for a little more information.
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Feroz Ahmed earned 250 total points
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Hi,
There are priority level assigned for Log Levels in ASA and is defined from 0 to 7 ,priority level with 0 is for enabling logs in ASA and priority level of 7 is for debug logs in ASA Firewall.depending on prioritization logs are defined in ASA Firewall.
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