Syslog has been running fine for me. Just recently our syslog server isn't recieving logs from our ASAs. It started as sporadic and now I have not received any logs on syslog server since yesterday afternoon. The ASA is still logging fine, but it is not getting to the syslog server. Any ideas?
Hello, I had the same problem few weeks ago. I have reconfigured our dns server and changed the name of one router. From that day the syslog server did not get any logs from that router.
I have reconfigured the syslog with the new name and the problem was solved. Btw, syslog server was configured with ip address but for some reason the ip was resolved to name provided by dns and in logs I don't see the ip of the router, I see the name insted.
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