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1 COMPREHENSIVE INTERNET SECURITY SonicWALL Internet Security Appliances SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

2 Using the SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide This reference guide lists and describes SonicOS log event messages. Reference a log event message by using the alphabetical index of log event messages. This document contains the following sections: Log > View section on page 2 Log > Categories section on page 4 Log > Syslog section on page 9 Log > Automation section on page 11 Log > Name Resolution section on page 15 Log > Reports section on page 16 Log > ViewPoint section on page 18 Index of Log Event Messages section on page 20 Index of Syslog Tag Field Description section on page 115 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 1

3 Log > View Log > View The SonicWALL security appliance maintains an Event log for tracking potential security threats. This log can be viewed in the Log > View page, or it can be automatically sent to an address for convenience and archiving. The log is displayed in a table and can be sorted by column. The SonicWALL security appliance can alert you of important events, such as an attack to the SonicWALL security appliance. Alerts are immediately ed, either to an address or to an pager. Each log entry contains the date and time of the event and a brief message describing the event. Log View Table The log is displayed in a table and is sortable by column. The log table columns include: Time - the date and time of the event. Priority - the level of priority associated with your log event. Syslog uses eight categories to characterize messages in descending order of severity, the categories include: Emergency Alert Critical Error Warning Notice Informational Debug Specify a priority level on a SonicWALL security appliance on the Log > Categories page to log messages for that priority level, plus all messages tagged with a higher severity. For example, select error as the priority level to log all messages tagged as error, as well as any messages tagged with critical, alert, and emergency. Select debug to log all messages. Note Refer to Log Event Messages section for more information on your specific log event. Category - the type of traffic, such as Access or Authenticated Access. Message - provides description of the event. Source - displays source network and IP address. Destination - displays the destination network and IP address. Notes - provides additional information about the event. Rule - notes Access Rule affected by event. 2 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

4 Log > View Navigating and Sorting Log View Table Entries The Log View table provides easy pagination for viewing large numbers of log events. You can navigate these log events by using the navigation control bar located at the top right of the Log View table. Navigation control bar includes four buttons. The far left button displays the first page of the table. The far right button displays the last page. The inside left and right arrow buttons moved the previous or next page respectively. You can sort the entries in the table by clicking on the column header. The entries are sorted by ascending or descending order. The arrow to the right of the column entry indicates the sorting status. A down arrow means ascending order. An up arrow indicates a descending order. Refresh To update log messages, clicking the Refresh button near the top right corner of the page. Clear Log To delete the contents of the log, click the Clear Log button near the top right corner of the page. Export Log To export the contents of the log to a defined destination, click the Export Log button below the filter table.you can export log content to two formats: Plain text format--used in log and alert . Comma-separated value (CSV) format--used for importing into Excel or other presentation development applications. Log If you have configured the SonicWALL security appliance to log files, clicking Log near the top right corner of the page sends the current log files to the address specified in the Log > Automation > section. Note The SonicWALL security appliance can alert you of important events, such as an attack to the SonicWALL security appliance. Alerts are immediately sent via , either to an address or to an pager. For sending alerts, you must enter your address and server information in the Log > Automation page. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 3

5 Log > Categories Filtering Log Records Viewed You can filter the results to display only event logs matching certain criteria. You can filter by Priority, Category, Source (IP or Interface), and Destination (IP or Interface). Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Enter your filter criteria in the Log View Settings table. The fields you enter values into are combined into a search string with a logical AND. For example, if you select an interface for Source and for Destination, the search string will look for connections matching: Source interface AND Destination interface Check the Group Filters box next to any two or more criteria to combine them with a logical OR. For example, if you enter values for Source IP, Destination IP, and Protocol, and check Group Filters next to Source IP and Destination IP, the search string will look for connections matching: (Source IP OR Destination IP) AND Protocol Click Apply Filter to apply the filter immediately to the Log View Settings table. Click Reset to clear the filter and display the unfiltered results again. The following example filters for log events resulting from traffic from the WAN to the LAN: Log Event Messages For a complete reference guide of log event messages, refer to the Log Event Message Index section on page 21. Log > Categories This guide provides configuration tasks to enable you to categorize and customize the logging functions on your SonicWALL security appliance for troubleshooting and diagnostics. Note You can extend your SonicWALL security appliance log reporting capabilities by using SonicWALL ViewPoint. ViewPoint is a Web-based graphical reporting tool for detailed and comprehensive reports. For more information on the SonicWALL ViewPoint reporting tool, refer to 4 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

6 Log > Categories Log Severity/Priority This section provides information on configuring the level of priority log messages are captured and corresponding alert messages are sent through for notification. Logging Level Alert Level The Logging Level control filters events by priority. Events of equal of greater priority are passed, and events of lower priority are dropped. The Logging Level menu includes the following priority scale items from highest to lowest priority: Emergency (highest priority) Alert Critical Error Warning Notice Informational Debug (lowest priority) The Alert Level control determines how Alerts are sent. An event of equal or greater priority causes an alert to be issued. Lower priority events do not cause an alert to be sent. Events are pre-filtered by the Logging Level control, so if the Logging Level control is set to a higher priority than that of the Alert Level control, only alerts at the Logging Level or higher are sent. Alert levels include: None (disables alerts) Emergency (highest priority) Alert Critical Error Log Redundancy Filter Warning (lowest priority) The Log Redundancy Filter allows you to define the time in seconds that the same attack is logged on the Log > View page as a single entry in the SonicWALL log. Various attacks are often rapidly repeated, which can quickly fill up a log if each attack is logged. The Log Redundancy Filter has a default setting of 60 seconds. Alert Redundancy Filter The Alert Redundancy Filter allows you to define the time in seconds that the same attack is logged on the Log > View page as a single entry in the SonicWALL log before an alert is issued. The Alert Redundancy Filter has a default setting of 900 seconds. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 5

7 Log > Categories Log Categories SonicWALL security appliances provide automatic attack protection against well known exploits. The majority of these legacy attacks were identified by telltale IP or TCP/UDP characteristics, and recognition was limited to a set of fixed layer 3 and layer 4 values. As the breadth and sophistication of attacks evolved, it has become essential to dig deeper into the traffic, and to develop the sort of adaptability that could keep pace with the new threats. All SonicWALL security appliances, even those running SonicWALL IPS, continue to recognize these legacy port and protocol types of attacks. The current behavior on all SonicWALL security appliances devices is to automatically and holistically prevent these legacy attacks, meaning that it is not possible to disable prevention of these attacks either individually or globally. SonicWALL security appliances now include an expanded list of attack categories that can be logged. The View Style menu provides the following three log category views: All Categories - Displays both Legacy Categories and Expanded Categories. Legacy Categories - Displays log categories carried over from earlier SonicWALL log event categories. Expanded Categories - Displays the expanded listing of categories that includes the older Legacy Categories log events rearranged into the new structure. The following table describes both the Legacy and Extended log categories. Log Type Category Description Management Legacy Logs WLAN IEEE connections. Advanced Routing Expanded Logs messages related to RIPv2 and OSPF routing events. Attacks Legacy Logs messages showing Denial of Service attacks, such as SYN Flood, Ping of Death, and IP spoofing Authenticated Expanded Logs administrator, user, and guest account activity Access Blocked Java, etc. Legacy Logs Java, ActiveX, and Cookies blocked by the SonicWALL security appliance. Blocked Web Sites Legacy Logs Web sites or newsgroups blocked by the Content Filter List or by customized filtering. BOOTP Expanded Logs BOOTP activity Crypto Test Expanded Logs crypto algorithm and hardware testing DDNS Expanded Logs Dynamic DNS activity Denied LAN IP Legacy Logs all LAN IP addresses denied by the SonicWALL security appliance. DHCP Client Expanded Logs DHCP client protocol activity DHCP Relay Expanded Logs DHCP central and remote gateway activity Dropped ICMP Legacy Logs blocked incoming ICMP packets. Dropped TCP Legacy Logs blocked incoming TCP connections. Dropped UDP Legacy Logs blocked incoming UDP packets. Event Extended Logs internal firewall activity Hardware Extended Logs firewall hardware error events Logging Extended Logs general events and errors 6 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

8 Log > Categories Log Type Category Description Rule Extended Logs firewall rule modifications GMS Extended Logs GMS status event High Availability Extended Logs High Availability activity IPcomp Extended Logs IP compression activity Intrusion Prevention Extended Logs intrusion prevention related activity L2TP Client Extended Logs L2TP client activity L2TP Server Extended Logs L2TP server activity Multicast Extended Logs multicast IGMP activity Extended Logs network ARP, fragmentation, and MTU activity Access Extended Logs network and firewall protocol access activity Debug Legacy Logs NetBIOS broadcasts, ARP resolution problems, and NAT resolution problems. Also, detailed messages for VPN connections are displayed to assist the network administrator with troubleshooting problems with active VPN tunnels. Debug information is intended for experienced network administrators. Traffic Expanded Logs network traffic reporting events PPP Extended Logs generic PPP activity PPP Dial-Up Extended Logs PPP dial-up activity PPPoE Extended Logs PPPoE activity PPTP Extended Logs PPTP activity RBL Extended Logs real-time black list activity RIP Extended Logs RIP activity Remote Extended Logs RADIUS and LDAP server activity n Security Services Extended Logs security services activity SonicPoint Extended Logs SonicPoint activity System Errors Legacy Logs problems with DNS or . System Legacy Logs general system activity, such as system activations. Maintenance User Activity Legacy Logs successful and unsuccessful log in attempts. VOIP Extended Logs VoIP H.323/RAS, H.323/H.225, and H.323/H.245 activity VPN Extended Logs VPN activity VPN Client Extended Logs VPN client activity VPN IKE Extended Logs VPN IKE activity VPN IPsec Extended Logs VPN IPSec activity VPN PKI Extended Logs VPN PKI activity VPN Tunnel Status Legacy Logs status information on VPN tunnels. WAN Failover Extended Logs WAN failover activity Wireless Extended Logs wireless activity Wlan IDS Extended Logs WLAN IDS activity SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 7

9 Log > Categories Managing Log Categories The Log Categories table displays log category information organized into the following columns: Category - Displays log category name. Description - Provides description of the log category activity type. Log - Provides checkbox for enabling/disabling the display of the log events in on the Log > View page. Alerts - Provides checkbox for enabling/disabling the sending of alerts for the category. Syslog - Provides checkbox for enabling/disabling the capture of the log events into the SonicWALL security appliance Syslog. Event Count - Displays the number of events for that category. Clicking the Refresh button updates these numbers. You can sort the log categories in the Log Categories table by clicking on the column header. For example, clicking on the Category header sorts the log categories in descending order from the default ascending order. An up or down arrow to the left of the column name indicates whether the column is assorted in ascending or descending order. You can enable or disable Log, Alerts, and Syslog on a category by category basis by clicking on the check box for the category in the table. You can enable or disable Log, Alerts, and Syslog for all categories by clicking the checkbox on the column header. 8 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

10 Log > Syslog Log > Syslog In addition to the standard event log, the SonicWALL security appliance can send a detailed log to an external Syslog server. The SonicWALL Syslog captures all log activity and includes every connection source and destination IP address, IP service, and number of bytes transferred. The SonicWALL Syslog support requires an external server running a Syslog daemon on UDP Port 514. Syslog Analyzers such as SonicWALL ViewPoint or WebTrends Suite can be used to sort, analyze, and graph the Syslog data. Messages from the SonicWALL security appliance are then sent to the server(s). Up to three Syslog server IP addresses can be added.syslog Settings Syslog Facility Syslog Facility - Allows you to select the facilities and severities of the messages based on the syslog protocol. Note See RCF The BSD Syslog Protocol for more information. Override Syslog Settings with ViewPoint Settings - Check this box to override Syslog settings, if you re using SonicWALL ViewPoint for your reporting solution. Note For more information on SonicWALL ViewPoint, go to Syslog Event Redundancy Filter (seconds) - This setting prevents repetitive messages from being written to Syslog. If duplicate events occur during the period specified in the Syslog Event Redundancy Rate field, they are not written to Syslog as unique events. Instead, the additional events are counted, and then at the end of the period, a message is written to the Syslog that includes the number of times the event occurred. The Syslog Event Redundancy Filter default value is 60 seconds and the maximum value is 86,400 seconds (24 hours). Setting this value to 0 seconds sends all Syslog messages without filtering. Syslog Format - You can choose the format of the Syslog to be Default or WebTrends. If you select WebTrends, however, you must have WebTrends software installed on your system. Note If the SonicWALL security appliance is managed by SonicWALL GMS, the Syslog Server fields cannot be configured by the administrator of the SonicWALL security appliance. Enable Event Rate Limiting - This control allows you to enable rate limiting of events to prevent the internal or external logging mechanism from being overwhelmed by log events. Enable Data Rate Limiting - This control allows you to enable rate limiting of data to prevent the internal or external logging mechanism from being overwhelmed by log events. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 9

11 Log > Syslog Syslog Servers Adding a Syslog Server To add syslog servers to the SonicWALL security appliance Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Click Add. The Add Syslog Server window is displayed. Type the Syslog server name or IP address in the Name or IP Address field. Messages from the SonicWALL security appliance are then sent to the servers. If your syslog is not using the default port of 514, type the port number in the Port Number field. Click OK. Click Accept to save all Syslog Server settings. 10 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

12 Log > Automation Log > Automation The Log > Automation page includes settings for configuring the SonicWALL to send log files using and configuring mail server settings. Log Automation Send Log to address - Enter your address in this field to receive the event log via . Once sent, the log is cleared from the SonicWALL memory. If this field is left blank, the log is not ed. Send Alerts to address - Enter your address in the Send alerts to field to be immediately ed when attacks or system errors occur. Type a standard address or an paging service. If this field is left blank, alert messages are not sent. Send Log - Determines the frequency of sending log files. The options are When Full, Weekly, or Daily. If the Weekly or Daily option is selected, then select the day of the week the log is sent in the every menu and the time of day in 24-hour format in the At field. Format - Specifies whether log s will be sent in Plain Text or HTML format. Mail Server Settings The mail server settings allow you to specify the name or IP address of your mail server, the from address, and authentication method. Mail Server (name or IP address) - Enter the IP address or FQDN of the server used to send your log s in this field. From Address - Enter the address you want to display in the From field of the message. n Method - You can use the default None item or select POP Before SMTP. Note If the Mail Server (name or IP address) is left blank, log and alert messages are not e- mailed. Deep Packet Forensics SonicWALL UTM appliances have configurable deep-packet classification capabilities that intersect with forensic and content-management products. While the SonicWALL can reliably detect and prevent any interesting-content events, it can only provide a record of the occurrence, but not the actual data of the event. Of equal importance are diagnostic applications where the interesting-content is traffic that is being unpredictably handled or inexplicably dropped. Although the SonicWALL can achieve interesting-content using our Enhanced packet capture diagnostic tool, data-recorders are application-specific appliances designed to record all the packets on a network. They are highly optimized for this task, and can record network traffic without dropping a single packet. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 11

13 Log > Automation While data-recorders are good at recording data, they lack the sort of deep-packet inspection intelligence afforded by IPS/GAV/ASPY/AF. Consider the minimal requirements of effective data analysis: Reliable storage of data Effective indexing of data Classification of interesting-content Together, a UTM device (a SonicWALL appliance) and data-recorder (a Solera s appliance) satisfy the requirements to offer outstanding forensic and data-leakage capabilities. Distributed Event Detection and Replay The Solera appliance can search its data-repository, while also allowing the administrator to define interesting-content events on the SonicWALL. The level of logging detail and frequency of the logging can be configured by the administrator. Nearly all events include Source IP, Source Port, Destination IP, Destination Port, and Time. SonicOS Enhanced has an extensive set of log events, including: Debug/Informational Events Connection setup/tear down User-events Administrative access, single sign-on activity, user logins, content filtering details Rule/Policy Events Access to and from particular IP:Port combinations, also identifiable by time Interesting-content at the or Application Layer Port-scans, SYN floods, DPI or AF signature/policy hits The following is an example of the process of distributed event detection and replay: 1. The administrator defines the event trigger. For example, an Application policy is defined to detect and log the transmission of an official document: 2. A user (at IP address ) on the network retrieves the file. 3. The event is logged by the SonicWALL. 4. The administrator selects the Recorder icon from the left column of the log entry. Icon/link only appears in the logs when a NPCS is defined on the SonicWALL (e.g. IP: [ ], Port: [443]). The defined NPCS appliance will be the link s target. The link will include the query string parameters defining the desired connection. 5. The NPCS will (optionally) authenticate the user session. 6. The requested data will be presented to the client as a.cap file, and can be saved or viewed on the local machine. 12 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

14 Log > Automation Methods of Access The client and NPCS must be able to reach one another. Usually, this means the client and the NPCS will be in the same physical location, both connected to the SonicWALL appliance. In any case, the client will be able to directly reach the NPCS, or will be able to reach the NPCS through the SonicWALL. Administrators in a remote location will require some method of VPN connectivity to the internal network. Access from a centralized GMS console will have similar requirements. Log Persistence GMS SonicOS currently allocates 32K to a rolling log buffer. When the log becomes full, it can be ed to a defined recipient and flushed, or it can simply be flushed. ing provides a simple version of logging persistence, while GMS provides a more reliable and scalable method. By offering the administrator the option to deliver logs as either plain-text or HTML, the administrator has an easy method to review and replay events logged. To provide the ability to identify and view events across an entire enterprise, a GMS update will be required. Device-specific interesting-content events at the GMS console appear in Reports > Log Viewer Search page, but are also found throughout the various reports, such as Top Intrusions Over Time. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 13

15 Log > Automation Solera Capture Stack Solera s makes a series of appliances of varying capacities and speeds designed to capture, archive, and regenerate network traffic. The Solera s Packet Capture System (NPCS) provides utilities that allow the captured data to be accessed in time sequenced playback, that is, analysis of captured data can be performed on a live network via NPCS while the device is actively capturing and archiving data. To configure your SonicWALL appliance with Solera select the Enable Solera Capture Stack Integration option. Configure the following options: Server - Select the host for the Solera server. You can dynamically create the host by selecting Create New Host... Protocol - Select either HTTP or HTTPS. Port - Specify the port number for connecting to the Solera server. Interface(s) - Specify which interfaces you want to transmit data for to the Solera server. User (optional) - Enter the username, if required. Password (optional) - Enter the password, if required. Confirm Password - Confirm the password. Mask Password - Leave this enabled to send the password as encrypted text. 14 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

16 Log > Name Resolution Log > Name Resolution The Log > Name Resolution page includes settings for configuring the name servers used to resolve IP addresses and server names in the log reports. The security appliance uses a DNS server or NetBIOS to resolve all IP addresses in log reports into server names. It stores the names/address pairs in a cache, to assist with future lookups. You can clear the cache by clicking Reset Name Cache in the top of the Log > Name Resolution page. Selecting Name Resolution Settings The security appliance can use DNS, NetBIOS, or both to resolve IP addresses and server names. In the Name Resolution Method list, select: None: The security appliance will not attempt to resolve IP addresses and Names in the log reports. DNS: The security appliance will use the DNS server you specify to resolve addresses and names. NetBIOS: The security appliance will use NetBIOS to resolve addresses and names. If you select NetBIOS, no further configuration is necessary. DNS then NetBIOS: The security appliance will first use the DNS server you specify to resolve addresses and names. If it cannot resolve the name, it will try again with NetBIOS. Specifying the DNS Server You can choose to specify DNS servers, or to use the same servers as the WAN zone. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Select Specify DNS Servers Manually or Inherit DNS Settings Dynamically from WAN Zone. The second choice is selected by default. If you selected to specify a DNS server, enter the IP address for at least one DNS server on your network. You can enter up to three servers. Click Accept in the top right corner of the Log > Name Resolution page to make your changes take effect. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 15

17 Log > Reports Log > Reports The SonicWALL security appliance can perform a rolling analysis of the event log to show the top 25 most frequently accessed Web sites, the top 25 users of bandwidth by IP address, and the top 25 services consuming the most bandwidth. You can generate these reports from the Log > Reports page. Note SonicWALL ViewPoint provides a comprehensive Web-based reporting solution for SonicWALL security appliances. For more information on SonicWALL ViewPoint, go to Data Collection The Reports window includes the following functions and commands: Start Data Collection Click Start Data Collection to begin log analysis. When log analysis is enabled, the button label changes to Stop Data Collection. Reset Data Click Reset Data to clear the report statistics and begin a new sample period. The sample period is also reset when data collection is stopped or started, and when the SonicWALL security appliance is restarted. View Data Select the desired report from the Report to view menu. The options are Web Site Hits, Bandwidth Usage by IP Address, and Bandwidth Usage by Service. These reports are explained below. Click Refresh Data to update the report. The length of time analyzed by the report is displayed in the Current Sample Period. Web Site Hits Selecting Web Site Hits from the Report to view menu displays a table showing the URLs for the 25 most frequently accessed Web sites and the number of hits to a site during the current sample period. The Web Site Hits report ensures that the majority of Web access is to appropriate Web sites. If leisure, sports, or other inappropriate sites appear in the Web Site Hits Report, you can choose to block the sites. For information on blocking inappropriate Web sites, see. Click on the name of a Web site to open that site in a new window. Bandwidth Usage by IP Address Selecting Bandwidth Usage by IP Address from the Report to view menu displays a table showing the IP address of the 25 top users of Internet bandwidth and the number of megabytes transmitted during the current sample period. 16 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

18 Log > Reports Bandwidth Usage by Service Selecting Bandwidth Usage by Service from the Report to view menu displays a table showing the name of the 25 top Internet services, such as HTTP, FTP, RealAudio, etc., and the number of megabytes received from the service during the current sample period. The Bandwidth Usage by Service report shows whether the services being used are appropriate for your organization. If services such as video or push broadcasts are consuming a large portion of the available bandwidth, you can choose to block these services. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 17

19 Log > ViewPoint Log > ViewPoint SonicWALL ViewPoint is a Web-based graphical reporting tool that provides unprecedented security awareness and control over your network environment through detailed and comprehensive reports of your security and network activities. ViewPoint s broad reporting capabilities allow administrators to easily monitor network access and Internet usage, enhance security, assess risks, understand more about employee Internet use and productivity, and anticipate future bandwidth needs. ViewPoint creates dynamic, real-time and historical network summaries, providing a flexible, comprehensive view of network events and activities. Reports are based on syslog data streams received from each SonicWALL appliance through LAN, Wireless LAN, WAN or VPN connections. With ViewPoint, your organization can generate individual or aggregate reports about virtually any aspect of appliance activity, including individual user or group usage patterns, evens on specific appliances or groups of appliances, types and times of attacks, resource consumption and constraints, and more. For more information on SonicWALL ViewPoint, go to For complete SonicWALL ViewPoint documentation, go to the SonicWALL documentation Web site at Activating ViewPoint The Log > ViewPoint page allows you to activate the ViewPoint license directly from the SonicWALL Management Interface using two methods. If you received a license activation key, enter the activation key in the Enter upgrade key field, and click Accept. Warning You must have a mysonicwall.com account and your SonicWALL security appliance must be registered to activate SonicWALL ViewPoint for your SonicWALl security appliance. 1. Click the Upgrade link in Click here to Upgrade on the Log > ViewPoint page. The mysonicwall.com Login page is displayed. 2. Enter your mysonicwall.com account username and password in the User Name and Password fields, then click Submit. The System > Licenses page is displayed. If your SonicWALL security appliance is already connected to your mysonicwall.com account, the System > Licenses page appears after you click the SonicWALL Content Filtering Subscription link. 3. Click Activate or Renew in the Manage Service column in the Manage Services Online table. Type in the Activation Key in the New License Key field and click Submit. 4. If you activated SonicWALL ViewPoint at mysonicwall.com, the SonicWALL ViewPoint activation is automatically enabled on your SonicWALL within 24-hours or you can click the Synchronize button on the Security Services > Summary page to update your SonicWALL. 18 SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide

20 Log > ViewPoint Enabling ViewPoint Settings Once you have installed the SonicWALL ViewPoint software, you can point the SonicWALL security appliance to the server running ViewPoint. 1. Check the Enable ViewPoint Settings checkbox in the Syslog Servers section of the Log > ViewPoint page. 2. Click the Add button. The Add Syslog Server window is displayed. 3. Enter the IP address or FQDN of the SonicWALL ViewPoint server in the Name or IP Address field. 4. Enter the port number for the SonicWALL ViewPoint server traffic in the Port field or use the default port number. 5. Click Accept. Note The Override Syslog Settings with ViewPoint Settings control on the Log > Syslog page is automatically checked when you enable ViewPoint from the Log > ViewPoint page. The IP address or FQDN you entered in the Add Syslog Server window is also displayed on the Log > Syslog page as well as in the Syslog Servers table on the Log > ViewPoint page. Clicking the Edit icon displays the Add Syslog Server window for editing the ViewPoint server information. Clicking the Delete icon, deletes the ViewPoint syslog server entry. SonicOS Log Event Reference Guide 19

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