[j-nsp] sys log in netscreen
ahabib at asacogroup.com
Thu May 18 11:03:07 EDT 2006
The JUNOS software generates system log messages to record events that occur
on the routing platform, including the following:
* protocol adjacency or a user login into the configuration database
Failure and error conditions, such as failure to access a configuration file
unexpected closure of a connection to a child or peer process.
* Emergency or critical conditions, such as routing platform
power-down due to excessive temperature
Well most of part in netscreen is covered by NSM
You can configure syslog reporting by editing an existing security device in
the Device Manager.
To configure syslog reporting:
In the navigation tree, select Device Manager > Security Devices.
In the Device Manager, select the security device for which you want to
configure syslog reporting.
The device configuration appears. In the device navigation tree, select
Report Settings > Syslog.
Select Enable Syslog Messages to initiate logging system event messages to
the syslog server.
For Source Interface, select the interface on the device that forwards
syslog message. to add a syslog host. The New Config dialog box appears.
Configure the following:
In the Host Name box, enter the name of the syslog host.
In the Port box, select a port number from where the device sends messages
to the syslog.
For Log, select the log entry types you want the device to forward to this
In the Security Facility box, select a Security Facility level. This is a
group to which the device assigns secure VPN logging output. The syslog
security facility mechanism provides secure logging output for VPN
information, such as Layer 2 Forwarding Protocol. Groups to which you can
assign logs to range from Local 0 through Local .
In the Facility box, select a Facility level. This is a group to which the
device assigns VPN logging output. The syslog security facility mechanism
provides secure logging output for VPN information such as Layer 2
Forwarding Protocol. Groups to which you can assign logs to range from Local
0 through Local
For Transport, select the protocol (TCP or UDP) that you want the device to
use when forwarding syslog messages.
to save the syslog host, then click OK again to save your settings to the
device. NetScreen-Security Manager applies your settings.
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