Vega gateways support four types of Syslog information:
1. Log data (equivalent to log display on)
2. Billing / CDR data (equivalent to bill display on)
3. Console audit (a log of all serial, web, and telnet commands for all consoles)
4. Debug information (equivalent to debug on)
Vega gateways support up to 5 Syslog sessions; each Syslog session can be configured
to send one or more of these sets of information.
The Syslog data that the Vega sends is always UDP.
To configure Syslog sessions, on the web browser select Logging on the left hand menu,
then SYSLOG in the SYSLOG Configuration section.
From the list of syslog servers, choose Add, Delete or Modify.
The Name field is for self-documentation purposes, Host is the IP address of the Syslog server to send the messages to.
Port is the UDP port number to send the messages to (Normally port 514).
Logging, Billing, Console and Debug define the types of information to send to this server.
The changes made can be activated by selecting Apply Changes button after the Submit button.
Note: Syslog can produce a significant amount of data traffic, especially if multiple syslog logging options are selected and multiple syslog destinations are chosen this can affect LAN bandwidth and gateway performance.