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I need to find how to look at the firewall logs on an ASA 5505 and 5510
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From CLI you issue the command "show logging"

From ASDM you can see the log in the bottom part of the home screen.

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Hi,
you may as well want to use a software that archive logs and it's easy to read and search: you may want to consider the following:
http://www.kiwisyslog.com/downloads.aspx
you may as well use the free edition, it works fine

hope this helps
max
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I guess my answer may be classified as the solution for the author ... although he has never replied.
cheers
max
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