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Where are the self-logs stored in Syslog?

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Article ID: KB6815 KB Last Updated: 18 Aug 2010Version: 4.0
Summary:
Where are the self-logs stored in Syslog?
Symptoms:

Solution:

Self-log is considered a traffic log. To see the self-logs, enable traffic log on the syslog server.

When parsing through the syslog data, look for system-notification-00257(traffic), with a source zone of null, and a destination zone of self, and a policy id of 320001

Example:

Nov 9 16:51:46 10.251.7.49 spingineer: NetScreen device_id=spingineer [No Name
]system-notification-00257(traffic): start_time="2003-11-09 16:51:43" duration=0
policy_id=320001 service=tcp/port:1521 proto=6 src zone=Null dst zone=self acti
on=Deny sent=0 rcvd=40 src=66.163.169.149 dst=12.234.22.226 src_port=25 dst_port
=1521


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