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Filter events in ASA 5505 ASDM

Posted on 2013-01-15
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I have an Cisco ASA security device. I use the ASDM to look at events like incoming traffic or VPN connection attempts.   The problem is that there is a lot of noise coming in all the time and I can never seem to see the evens clearly.  Is there a way to filter the events to just show VPN connections or particular events rather than showing everything?
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u can use "no logging messgage  XX" comand

XX is the number of the messages u want to remove.

example: %PIX|ASA-6-109005: Authentication succeeded for user user from
inside_address/inside_port to outside_address/outside_port on interface
interface_name

109005 is the number u will put in no logging message command

ex: no logging messgage 109005

if u want to receive this message again.. only do "logging messgage 109005" again
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Sorry, I mean is there any way of doing this in the ASDM?
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