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How to log my terminal window

StratosGreece
Occasional Advisor

How to log my terminal window

On my cisco Devices when I type term mon my telnet session or my console sends logs on working window (terminal or console).
I can also see matches on my ACL
ex. *Dec 13 16:19:17.996: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 150 denied udp 163.110.53.684(0) ->14.15.21.17(0), 15 packets

What is the command that I have to use in order to have the same output on my Hp Switches?

Thank you all
3 REPLIES
EckerA
Respected Contributor

Re: How to log my terminal window

Hi,

debug event

should do the trick...

hth

alex
StratosGreece
Occasional Advisor

Re: How to log my terminal window

Are you sure?
i don't need to debug anything...for sure if i do this i will have resource problems...
Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: How to log my terminal window

unlike cisco you do not have separate logging console/buffer/server/monitor options.

You can configure logging to a syslog server
but you must use the debug command for output to a terminal.
debug destination
debug

the "debug destination session" output is what you need.
the type depends on what you want to see (eg "debug acl")
Use to see a list of available types and sub-types.

don't forget the "no debug all" when you're done.