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Configuration Options
• SYSLOGAddresses: Defines the IP addresses for the Syslog Daemon(s) that
will receive log records generated by the RPC. Allows definition of IP addresses
for both a primary Syslog Daemon and an optional secondary Syslog Daemon.
SYSLOG Addresses can be entered in either IPv4 or IPv6 format, or in domain
name format (up to 64 characters.) For more information, please refer to
Section11.(Default=undefined.)
Notes:
• TheRPCincludesaPingTest(PingSyslogAddress)functionthatisused
topingtheuser-selectedSyslogIPAddresstoverifythatavalidIPaddress
hasbeenentered.InorderforthePingTestfeaturetofunction,yournetwork
and/orfirewallmustbeconfiguredtoallowpingcommands.
• InadditiontothePingTestfeature,the/TESTcommandintheTextInterface
orthe"Test"optionintheWebBrowserInterfacecanalsobeusedtoping
thecurrentlydefinedSyslogAddressesinordertomakecertainthattheIP
addressesareresponding.
• PingSyslogServers: (Ping Test) Pings the IP addresses which have been
defined for the SYSLOG Severs in order to check for a response.
Notes:
• TheSyslogAddresssubmenuintheTextInterfaceandtheNetwork
ParameterssubmenuintheWebBrowserInterfacebothincludeaPingTest
functionthatcanbeusedtopingtheuser-selectedSyslogIPAddressesin
ordertoverifythatvalidIPaddresseshavebeenentered.Inorderforthe
PingTestfeaturetofunction,yournetworkand/orfirewallmustbeconfigured
toallowpingcommands.
• InadditiontothePingTestfeature,the/TESTcommandintheTextInterface
orthe"Test"optionintheWebBrowserInterfacecanalsobeusedtoping
thecurrentlydefinedSyslogAddressesinordertomakecertainthattheIP
addressesareresponding.
• SNMPAccess: Displays a submenu which is used to define SNMP Access
parameters as described in Section 6.8.5.
• SNMPTrapParameters: Displays a submenu which is used to define SNMP Trap
parameters as described in Section 6.8.6.
• LDAP: Displays a submenu which is used to define LDAP parameters as described
in Section 6.8.7.
• TACACS: Displays a submenu which is used to define TACACS parameters as
described in Section 6.8.8.
• RADIUS: Displays a submenu which is used to define RADIUS parameters as
described in Section 6.8.9.
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