-Send syslogs to host 192.168.3.98 at the “Informational” level.
-Buffer syslogs at the “informational” level. The buffer size will be 16384 bytes.
-Diagnose issues by sending certain logs to an SSH session.
-Have an accurate timestamp on each syslog.
-Send really important syslogs to a mail server at 192.168.3.98.
-Log “hits” to ACL statements.
-Enable all syslog messages to have the name of the ASA to be included inside the message.
-Do not log message “113019”.
-Change the severity level of message “315011” to alert.
The ASA will be based upon a 5505 with version 9.1 but a lot of the configuration will work on previous versions of the code and on other ASA platforms.