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I have a lot of log info on my 3800 series router. Are there any utilities that I can use to organize and make sense of all those warnings and alerts? Thanks
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You can poll information to get interface status/bandwith etc.

Check PRTG Network Montior: www.paessler.com

Or you can set up a syslog server (like graylog2) to receive all those messages.
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Hi,

I advise free log server like kiwi for example:

http://www.kiwisyslog.com/free-edition.aspx
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The reason I ask is because I want to look for errors (if any) from the VPN. I can use a spreadsheet and sort everything out. But some manual process needs to be involved.
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fir vpn you need to enable debug

deb cry isa sa
deb cry ips sa
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Yes I did that. But I am looking and the log with the show log command to go through the errors from the past and it is just plain text,. But there is a lot of text.
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you need to view all crypto message for troubleshooting
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There is no one tool to do everything.  But take a look at http://blog.securityonion.net/p/securityonion.html  It is a Linux distro with serveral tools built in
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