You want your router to record log messages, instead of just displaying them on the console.To use logging buffered configuration
command to enable the local storage of router log messages:
Router(config)#logging buffered informational
You can also Set the Log Size on router.
Router(config)#logging buffered 64000
logging buffered 4096 debugging
logging history size 50
logging history emergencies
Features/steps to use the Cisco Router SYSLOG Package:
1. The package is identical to the "Inventory" and other packages we offer for Cisco Routers in terms of process flow and details.
2. The "Settings" form includes the following fields:
a. Router Name/IP Address.
b. The UserName if any.
c. Router Password.
3. The router profile has 3 main commands categories (Syslog Counts, Syslog History, and Buffered Syslog details).
The first-time Tool user needs to "Sign Up" first following the installation of the Tool to define a local user and password; then create a Network by clicking on the "Create Network" button to fill-in the Network name and Details fields. Multiple networks are supported at the same time to meet and to enhance user preferences in viewing networks.
From the created list of Networks the user can access a defined network to generate a Map where they can apply a (long) touch on the screen on the location of the Router device to see a Cisco Router icon followed by a short click on the device icon to get the popup bubble.
This free package is limited to only 3 Networks with 3 devices each.