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Import Multiple Syslog Data Sources from Single Server

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Hello All, 

I have a server that has two distinct types of Syslogs. The system syslogs are already being fed into SIEM over the standard port 514. 

I figured no big deal, I can send the other data source over a non-standard port.

However, when I go to set this up, the drop down for the port selection only gives me one option, 514. Is there a way to add more ports here or another work around which will let me setup unique data sources from the same server? 

 

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perhaps you can use TLS port, just don't check for validity. or have a look under the ERC interface comms tab, to see if you can specify more than one port for syslog.

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perhaps you can use TLS port, just don't check for validity. or have a look under the ERC interface comms tab, to see if you can specify more than one port for syslog.

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sssyyy is correct, you need to go to the receiver properties and add more ports to the syslog port list.

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