I'm trying to determine the traffic coming from this server. I decided to log an ace on one of my VACLs. I went ahead and put the log keyword on the ACE.
919 permit ip 172.16.100.15/32 any log [match=99]
When I perform a "show log" I do not see any entries from my ace even though it has reported matches. I thought it was something to do with my logging levels as I found a cisco document stating new flows were "information." I configured my monitor and linecard levels for informational but I still don't see any logs from it.
Hello guys.I installed remote access VPN on Windows 2019. I need to do additional configuration on the router to allow access outside. I got this.Public IP--------------ISP Router-------------Fa0/0 Cisco Router Fa0/1------------------------My Server ...
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