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How to show hostname on FMC event or syslog event

Hi Sirs:

    How to show hostname on FMC event or syslog event ? What can I do for this requisition ?

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Re: How to show hostname on FMC event or syslog event

Hi @peter.peng ,

 

Maybe this link can help you:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/firepower/620/configuration/guide/fpmc-config-guide-v62/system_configuration.html#ID-2241-00000349

 

Configure Classic Device Management Interfaces at the Web Interface

Step 4

In the Shared Settings area, set network parameters shared by all interfaces.

Note 

If you selected DHCP for the eth0 interface, you cannot manually specify some shared settings derived from the DHCP server.

You can configure the following shared settings:

  • Hostname—Set the device hostname. If you change the hostname, reboot the device if you want the new hostname reflected in syslog messages. Syslog messages do not reflect a new hostname until after a reboot.

  • Domains—Set the search domain(s) for the device, separated by commas. These domains are added to hostnames when you do not specify a fully-qualified domain name in a command, for example, ping system . The domains are used only on the management interface, or for commands that go through the management interface.

  • Primary DNS Server, Secondary DNS Server, Tertiary DNS Server—Set the DNS servers to be used in order of preference.

  • Remote Management Port—Set the remote management port for communication with the FMC. The FMC and managed devices communicate using a two-way, SSL-encrypted communication channel, which by default is on port 8305.

 

 

Regards

VIP Engager

Re: How to show hostname on FMC event or syslog event

Hi,

If I am not wrong you are talking about the logging origin-id. Try with this command. 

 

logging origin-id hostname

 

Note: If you have enabled any source interface then first remove the source interface command after run this command. After that you can run old source interface command again. I seen this issue due to a bug. 

 

Regards,

Deepak Kumar

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
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Re: How to show hostname on FMC event or syslog event

Hi Sirs:

    Sorry for that. I didn't describe it very clearly. 

We can find many client connect event at FMC Connection event. But I just can find the client IP address. How can I change it with hostname. Or I can export syslog information by hostname to syslog server ?