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Setup logging for ASA

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I have two Cisco ASA 5510 that  i need to setup to log traffic going through the network. First of all, I need step by step description on how setup a syslog for both firewalls or any other setup that will accompmlish the same thing.
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enable logging


#logging enable

set your destination

#logging host inside 1.2.3.4 udp

set logging level - can be any logging level but I would set it at errors and move it to debugging only if necessary

#logging trap errors
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just curious.  how is that solution a 'B' solution if its the first response and there are no questions for clarification and I'm not pointing  you somewhere else forcing you to do research on your own?  To me this looks like exactly what you were after and didn't just nudge you closer to the answer.  Just curious what part of the solution was left unanswered was all.  Thanks

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