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Syslog forwarding to specific port

scandelis
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I'm trying to get a Cisco 9500-16x 16.9.2 Fuji to send logging data to a log server over a specific port. I need to have all these switches use different ports as our logging system only differentiates the hosts by incoming port. I was told "logging xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx transport udp port 40001" but that didn't work and i can't find the command options in any Cisco dox. Anyone know how to accomplish this? 

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balaji.bandi
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Make sure you syslog server also listen to that port 40001  (in your case) 

by defaul SYSLOG  only listen on UDP 514

 

What kind of SYSLOG Server you using ?

 

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I know the default port is 514, but I need to configure this switch to send on a different port, but I can't figure out the command. We're using Rapid7 via our security vendor, it can listen on any port we configure.

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Please correct me if i am wrong here?

 

you want  cat 9K send logs to Rapid7 ? is this correct ?

 

then look at the document : https://insightidr.help.rapid7.com/docs/syslog-logging

 

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