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How can I monitor if any of my internal hosts are trying to hit a specific IP

Posted on 2014-03-19
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I need to configure my ASA 5510 (version 8.x) to 1) deny the request and 2) log the attempt any time any host on my internal network goes to either

5.149.250.162
82.165.160.142

I currently have no egress filtering in place, but I do have a syslog server
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If you have your logging levels set to the correct level, you can review your syslog's. You wan to use log level 6 (informational)
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