Managing Syslog Servers
The Syslog Server Settings page lets you manage the various
virtual syslog servers set up to receive exported logs
at different ports.
The default listener ports
for the syslog server in Firewall Analyzer are 514 and
1514. If your firewalls are exporting log files to either
of these ports, you do not have to set up any virtual syslog servers.
The Syslog Servers table shows the various virtual syslog
servers set up so far, along with their IP address, listener port, and
status. You can delete a virtual syslog server by clicking the
icon. Once a virtual syslog server is deleted, the corresponding listener
port is also freed. You can also stop the syslog collection by clicking
and restart the syslog collection by clicking on the
Adding a New Syslog Server
The Add Syslog Server box lets you add a new virtual syslog
server and begin listening on a new port for exported log files.
Enter a unique SysLog Server Name for the new virtual syslog server, and the listener port.
The Host Name/IP Address field is currently not editable, and
takes the IP address of the machine on which the Firewall Analyzer server is
Click Add Syslog Server to add this virtual syslog server,
and begin listening for log files at the specified port.