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Logging configuration changes Cisco asa 5510

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I need to setup a Cisco asa 5510 to log the changes made to the firewall and I need t know how to access this log. I am sending logging to a syslog server but i do not see this information in the syslogs.
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So this product will do what you want:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/security/secure-access-control-system/index.html

It used to be on an appliance but most folks run it on a VM now.

It does the authentication to all of your cisco devices centrally, then it logs what commands each user is doing.  You get a complete record of all command line transactions that occur on your cisco equipment.

You won't see the specific configuration changes in the syslog.
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You can also use Kiwi Cattools from Solarwinds.

http://www.kiwisyslog.com/products/kiwi-cattools/product-overview.aspx
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I will give this a try
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