[THIN] Re: OT - Cisco router question

You shouldn't need to if you are running a syslog server.

On 5/13/05, David Teague <DavidT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Well my logs are now filling up, but I can't view them, they only thing can
> seem to pull is the buffer log, how do I get to the console log? 
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> David Teague 
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> From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
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>  We are using Microsoft's IAS.  It's free and it works.  We have to do it
> for HIPAA.  We looked at Cisco's TACACS + server but it was to expensive.
> The problem is with bumping the debug way up you could slow your performance
> down on the router. 
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> "David Teague" <DavidT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
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> 05/11/2005 04:54 PM 
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>  That's what I was thinking I have it at 5, I assume they are each a higher 
> lever so I am going to keep bumping it up, what kind of radius server are
> you using to capture the logs? We are having do this for SOX compliance with
> one of our asp users, and copying the log out as is may not be enough for
> the. 
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>  David Teague 
>  Support Analyst 
>  TMTsoftware 
>  919-493-4700 
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>  From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
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>  Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 4:53 PM
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>  I'm not sure you may have to bump up the debug level for it to show up.  We
> use Radius which logs console and vty access to the event log. 
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> Jobe Gates 
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> 05/11/2005 03:57 PM 
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>  Are you logging to syslog or Radius server?
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> "David Teague" <DavidT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
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>  Any one out there know how setup logging on a Cisco 2600 router so that it
> will log when someone logins to the router via telnet or the console? 
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>  Thanks! 
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>  David Teague 
>  Support Analyst 
>  TMTsoftware 
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