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FAQ-How to Mask Attack Logs on a USG9000?

Publication Date:  2019-01-24 Views:  130 Downloads:  0

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How to mask attack logs on a USG9000?


Attack logs are of level 5 and you can run the following command to disable attack logs from being sent to the logbuffer:
info-center source default channel logbuffer log level Warning
The warning level is 4. Therefore, enable the export of logs at levels 0-4 to the logbuffer and disable the export of logs at levels 5-7 to the logbuffer.