Select Log Forwarding Destinations
The Log Settings page allows you to configure log forwarding to:
- Panorama, SNMP trap receivers, email servers, Syslog servers, and HTTP servers—You can also add or remove tags from a source or destination IP address in a log entry; all log types except System logs and Configuration logs support tagging.
- Logging Service—If you have a Logging Service subscription and have enabled the Logging Service (Device > Setup > Management), then the firewall will send the logs to the Logging Service when you configure log forwarding to Panorama/Logging Service. Panorama will query the Logging Service to access the logs, to display the logs, and to generate reports.
- Azure Security Center—The integration with Azure Security Center is available only for VM-Series firewalls on Azure.
- If you launched the VM-Series firewall from Azure Security Center, a security policy rule with the log forwarding profiles is automatically enabled for you.
- If you launched the VM-Series firewall from the Azure Marketplace or using custom Azure templates, you must manually select Azure-Security-Center-Integration to forward System logs, User-ID logs, and HIP Match logs to Azure Security Center and use the Log Forwarding profile for other log types (see Objects > Log Forwarding).The free tier of Security Center is automatically enabled on your Azure subscription.
You can forward the following log types : System, Configuration, User-ID, HIP Match, and Correlation logs. To specify destinations for each log type, Add one or more match list profiles (up to 64) and complete the fields described in the following table.
To forward Traffic, Threat, WildFire Submissions, URL Filtering, Data Filtering, Tunnel Inspection, GTP, and Authentication logs, you must configure a Log Forwarding profile (see Objects > Log Forwarding).
Match List Profile Settings
Enter a name (up to 31 characters) to identify the match list profile. A valid name must start with an alphanumeric character and can contain zeros, alphanumeric characters, underscores, hyphens, periods, or spaces.
By default, the firewall forwards All Logs of the type for which you add the match list profile. To forward a subset of the logs, open the drop-down and select an existing filter or select Filter Builder to add a new filter. For each query in a new filter, specify the following fields and Add the query:
To display or export the logs that the filter matches, select View Filtered Logs. This tab provides the same options as the Monitoring tab pages (such as MonitoringLogsTraffic).
Set the filter to forward logs for all event severity levels (the default filter is All Logs). To create separate log forwarding methods for different severity levels, specify one or more severity levels in the Filter, configure a Forward Method, and then repeat the process for the rest of the severity levels.
Enter a description (up to 1,023 characters) to explain the purpose of this match list profile.
Select Panorama/Logging Service if you want to forward logs to the Logging Service, Log Collectors or the Panorama management server. If you enable this option, you must configure log forwarding to Panorama .
You cannot forward Correlation logs from firewalls to Panorama. Panorama generates Correlation logs based on the firewall logs it receives.
Add one or more SNMP Trap server profiles to forward logs as SNMP traps (see Device > Server Profiles > SNMP Trap).
Add one or more Email server profiles to forward logs as email notifications (see Device > Server Profiles > Email).
Add one or more Syslog server profiles to forward logs as syslog messages (see Device > Server Profiles > Syslog).
Add one or more HTTP server profiles to forward logs as HTTP requests (see Device > Server Profiles > HTTP).
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