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Enable logging on Cisco ASA version 8.2

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I have a syslog server and want to log all events happening on my asa please advice how I can do this.
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okay

so when i log at level 7 all other levels also get logged (0 to 7)  please advie
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I would log at level 7 if you are troubleshooting an issue.  i you're just using this or omintoring, I would lay it down to 4
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okay so when u log at level 7 it will also go everything from level 0 to 7 please advice
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yes, if you log a level you include all lower levels. 7 is the highest, you log everything, but you'd get a log file very huge and almost not usable. You'd better set level 4 (warning) and you can use Kiwi syslog software which has as well a free edition which is usually enough
 
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max is correct.  level 4 is sufficient for monitoring.
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