How to configure FortiGate to send logs to CQ Server IP Address on port 5140 UDP
A remote syslog server is a system provisioned specifically to collect logs for long term storage and analysis with preferred analytic tools.
Before you begin you must have read-write permission for Log & Report settings.
To configure syslog settings:
Go to Log & Report > Log Setting
Click the Syslog Server tab
Click Add to display the configuration editor
Complete the configuration as described in below table
|Status||Select to enable the configuration.|
|Address||IP address of the Cyberquest server|
|Port||Listening port number of the syslog server. Usually this is UDP port 5140|
|Log Level||Select the lowest severity to log from the following choices:
Emergency—The system has become unstable.
Alert—Immediate action is required.
Critical—Functionality is affected.
Error—An error condition exists and functionality could be affected.
Warning—Functionality might be affected.
Notification—Information about normal events.
Information—General information about system operations.
Debug—Detailed information about the system that can be used to troubleshoot unexpected behavior.
For example, if you select Error, the system sends the syslog server logs with level Error, Critical, Alert, and Emergency. If you select Alert, the system collects logs with level Alert and Emergency.
|CSV||Send logs in CSV format. Do not use with FortiAnalyzer.|
|Facility||Identifier that is not used by any other device on your network when sending logs to FortiAnalyzer/syslog.|
|Event||Select to enable logging for events.|
|Event Category||Select the types of events to send to the syslog server:
System—System operations, warnings, and errors.
User—Authentication results logs.
Health Check—Health check results and client certificate validation check results.
SLB—Notifications, such as connection limit reached.
LLB—Notifications, such as bandwidth thresholds reached.
GLB—Notifications, such as the status of associated local SLB and virtual servers.
Firewall—Notifications for the "firewall" module, such as SNAT source IP pool is using all of its addresses.
|Traffic||Select to enable logging for traffic processed by the load balancing modules.|
|Traffic Category||SLB—Server Load Balancing traffic logs related to sessions and throughput.
GLB—Global Load Balancing traffic logs related to DNS requests.
|Attack Logging||Select to enable logging for traffic processed by the security modules.|
|Security Category||DoS—SYN flood protection logs.
IP Reputation—IP Reputation logs.
Geo—Geo IP blocking logs.
- Save the configuration