get ssg 550 after reboot

I appreciate if one help in the following issue:
I need to get the log file of juniper SSG 550 after reboot it.
Thanks a lot
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rsivanandanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try configuring syslog service and have it written to a remote server;

Take a look at the KB above.

what log exactly are you looking for ?

asset-recovery       ?
cli                 ?
flow-deny      ?    
self                 ?
setting              ?
traffic           ?
usb                 ?
raafetsabahAuthor Commented:
Dear Khadour,
I have juniper ssg 550, at Dubai company branch which is far from me, and i need to get a policy log file to see who is connected to our server, but out guys there shut down it and then power on it many times. as i heard that ssg 550 lost its log after shut down.
so, can i get or recover the policy log file please??but i need it by using cli commands.
I appreciate your support so much.
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QlemoConnect With a Mentor Batchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
No, you cannot recover those logs. They are volatile stuff. Rebooting will delete the RAM used, and there is no way to get them back. If you need something persistent, you need an external monitoring tool (but I don't know of any doing that).
DarinTCHSenior CyberSecurity EngineerCommented:
Try setting something up yo regularly off load the logs
Then you can look after the fact
It is not a complete immediate solution.. but it might meet your needs of who was recently connected and what transpired
raafetsabahAuthor Commented:
still nothing usefull to get reports of who and which IP access ssg 550.
please do your best to help.
thank you so much
QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Your question is answered: "Can I?" - "no". The log is volatile, and you cannot recover it after power off or reboot.
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