How to display system security events logs in Cisco router 4980
in order to perform acceptance tests following the installation of a Cisco 4980 router cluster, I need to verify that any system security events are logged and I can diplay them on the CLI output (for example with the #show logging command).
By system security events logs, I mean for example bad authentification on the switch, creation/deletion/modification of a user accoount, telnet connexion attempt while this protocol is not allowed, etc...
With the #show logging command, I have security events related to access-list, or configuration changes (even if these ones are not really verbose on waht have been changed), but no "system" security events.
Here is my logging initial logging configuration on these routers:
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