1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 13, 2013 1:18 PM by sliedl

    snmp firewall.

    alex_vani

      Hi there,

       

      Does anyone can share information related to snmp.

       

      What does remote facility local7, local6, local5.... etc means and how is this information classified. Is this information only related to Firewall Reporter (which is end of life). Or does this remote facility has an interaction with (export audit to syslog server) ?

       

      In addition, under Audit Management, Firewall Reporter Syslog, --> export audit to syslog server, it could be turned on as always? I don't want to stress the firewall by sending this information to a syslog server. I've configured snmp on the firewall and I'm able to receive information via snmp from the firewall to an internet snmp server to read the information

       

      Thank you,

        • 1. Re: snmp firewall.
          sliedl

          The Remote Facility names are simply labels.  You can create different audit filters and have these sent to a syslog server with different facility names so that you can tell them apart via the syslog server software you are using.  They are only labels.

           

          You can send all the audit to a syslog server if you'd like.  It may overwhelm your syslog server, though.

           

          SNMP is different from syslog but you mentioned them both in your post.