JetPatch can send all logs to a syslog server.
To define a syslog server:
- Make sure that organizational firewalls allow syslog traffic (usually UDP port 514) from the JetPatch Manager Console to the syslog server.
- Log in as an Administrator.
- Go to Settings > Syslog, and click Edit Configuration:
- Select Enable Syslog, and provide the Syslog Server IP address or resolvable name and the Syslog Server Port (usually 514):
- Click Save.
Note1 - There is no option to configure specific logs to be sent, JetPatch will send all logs.
Note2 - "Send a test log" sends an 'Intigua Manager Syslog Test' info message to the specified syslog server. The returned value is a connection status.
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